We might not rejoin, but the political momentum is now with those seeking a closer relationship. From a Brexiteer perspective, Johnson is sounding rather complacent.
Downing Street and CCHQ will be perturbed by the continuing run of men being selected in the safer constituencies.
In future, the economy may run into inflation bottlenecks earlier in economic recoveries than before, thus constraining growth.
And if he is strong and the West weak, why has his Ukraine invasion gone wrong – and why are our governments showing unity and resolution?
Lord Agnew’s account of why he decided he must go has not had the attention it deserves.
Leavers and Remainers have been premature to judge this major constitutional change.
I can’t find evidence of wrongdoing, from the Treasury or anyone else. But anyone who has issued such threats risks very serious trouble.
The Chancellor extolled principles that point to the possibility of meaningful pro-growth reform of how revenues are raised.
After numerous protests, leaders have been forced to rethink their insistence on repeated lockdowns.
Local pride in towns like Blyth is wounded at every turn by evidence of neglect, shoddiness and former greatness.
Using modern Germany as a stick with which to beat old-fashioned Britain is a grave mistake.
The FT claims the UK has the worst in the world. But that’s only if you ignore the other ways it can be measured.
Economically and politically, Beijing takes advantage of asymmetric openness: we’re open to them, but they are not to us.
Those who argue that the virus isn’t a serious problem and that the lockdown was unnecessary have more brains than sense.