“The EU are not budging, and a no-deal Brexit would harm the economic and political stability of the British Isles. The creation of a UK-EU customs area carves a sensible middle path for the prime minister.” Richard makes the case for a UK-EU customs union.
After more than 40 years membership with the European Union, the UK has voted to leave. We are now half way through the two-year period of Brexit negotiations, and it is scheduled that the UK will depart the EU at 11 pm GMT, on Friday, March 29th 2019. But where has Brexit left us now? Jujia Li investigates.
"Beneath the pension dispute, a common occurrence today as employers seek to ditch costly final salary and defined benefit schemes, lays a malignant factor that is hampering higher education across the country – the commercialisation of higher learning." Alasdair Fraser delves into the issue of corporate higher education in light of the recent strikes.
"Innovation should be pursued, but for the housing crisis to be solved, a rethink of current trends is essential. If Theresa May really is going to push through a revolution in planning rules and housebuilding, as she set out this week in a major speech, then looking to the past might just be the answer."
"Exactly why there is such controversy over the sovereignty of Parliament raises a number of worrying questions for our democracy, particularly in light of the list of parliamentarians who voted against Amendment 7." Read more about the Government's defeat on the amendment, and what this says about the future of parliamentary sovereignty here.