The answer is not a second referendum but a first on Tories’ bad deal for Britain says Editor-at-Large Alastair Campbell.
Steve Anglesey picks out the losers and losers from another week on Planet Brexit – where there are no winners.
The anti-Brexit cause may be facing a daunting task, says Stefan Stern, but a clear course to stop this madness still lies ahead
MICHAEL WHITE on a muted reshuffle and why waiting for Corbyn is a waste of time
The former Chancellor claimed he was “not keen” on the decision by David Cameron to stage a referendum on Britain’s membership of the EU.
As Alabama elects its first Democrat in almost a quarter of a century BONNIE GREER discusses what this means for the both sides of the Brexit argument.
PAUL GREGG, one of those to resign from the government’s social mobility commission recently, gives his own reasons for the decision.
Before the referendum voters were blind to the impact. Would they, asks VERNON BOGDANOR, have voted to leave had they known the hit living standards would take?
“Irish Border unthinkable” says Boris Johnson. “Isn’t this the same person that said the EU could go a whistle for more money and that £350m a week would go to the NHS...?” asks reader Tony Howarth.
Progressive parties must get their act together and address immigration if we are to avoid a Hard Brexit, writes environmentalist and Green thinker JONATHON PORRITT.
Slowly but surely the threads are emerging. Russia not only interfered directly in the election of Donald Trump. But also in our referendum.
Sir Vince Cable is to set out his bid to scupper Brexit by declaring “I am a proud saboteur”.
If you locked Fox and Hammond in a room which of the two would you expect to emerge as the other one’s pigskin bag?
Steve Anglesey picks out the worst Brexiteers of the week
The working class were the key to Brexit. They must be the key to its defeat.
Old bigotries dissolve, but they are quickly replaced by new ones if the vacuum is only filled by economic failure and inequality, by uncertainty compounded by weak leadership.
When the political season resumes with the party conferences, we had better have got our act together. All of us. Or else this thing is happening
Editor-at-Large Alistair Campbell has a suggestion: to anyone yet to book a holiday – try Albania
Britain’s funniest politico Steve Coogan talks Corbyn, Grenfell and how Alan Partridge is a rabid Hard Brexiteer.
Plot gossip: Leaky lips in the Tory party and a look at the world beyond Brexit sniping
We Dutch used to make fun of the Germans and admire the Brits, says Vanessa Lamsvelt. Now, we find ourselves laughing at, not with, the UK
How did Brexit Britain lose the spirit of the 2012 Olympics?
Among some of those who can see Brexit is a disaster there is a gloomy fatalism about letting it happen anyway. That is a big mistake.
The idea that the British establishment is predicated on civilised values of ‘fairness’, ‘openness’ and ‘transparency’ is beginning to unravel.
Things are now so grim in Brexit Britain - there is no hero riding to the rescue – but it’s not too late to rethink
It’s becoming clear what the British people want from Brexit. But they are not being given the option, says former PM Tony Blair
Cock ups, chaos and calamity – Brexit is a shitstorm like no other. We pick over the carcass of another rotting week of Brexit madness
Prime Minister Theresa May has become a much diminished figure on the world stage
Shortly after the outbreak of WW2, a polemic was published identifying the “guilty men” who had led Britain to such a moment of weakness and peril. Now, following Brexit, a new version has been released.
How an emboldened Parliament can halt the descent to Brexit chaos