With Chequers Dead, It’s May’s Moment of Truth

Theresa May went to Salzburg this week looking to find common ground with the EU on her Chequers plan. Instead, that plan was roundly rejected. Donald Tusk, the president of the European Council, noted that an agreement was still possible. But he said it would not happen under the terms of May’s plan. With Chequers […]

All Hands on the Brexit Deck!

I’ve been meaning to dip a toe into the podcasting waters for a while, and I finally forced myself to give it a try today. I was on a walk out to a local market during rush hour, so there’s a lot of road noise. I’ll try to pick my times/conditions more carefully going forward. […]

Will Corbyn Go Gentle into that Good Night?

Nearly a month into the 24-month window for Article 50 negotiations, and before the negotiators have even had the chance to sit down together for the first time, the Tories have announced snap elections. As I noted yesterday, the Tories have repeatedly stated that there would not be early elections. With 17 months to negotiate an agreement […]