Brexit

“There was a gasp as Theresa May announced she was giving Boris her backing and loyalty”

The vote to leave the EU has provided an unprecedented opening to reshape the UK’s future, but spells danger for Corbyn’s Labour Party

“In her first two months on the bridge, Theresa May has skilfully steered the ship of state away from hazardous Continental rocks and into the open sea”

“Theresa May’s safe pair of hands seems a great blessing after the vacuum Cameron and Osborne left us in”

“Friedman’s “helicopter money” was designed as a thought experiment to stimulate the imagination — not the real British economy. He was joking”

Several major misconceptions about how Brexit came about have taken hold. Here is why they are wrong — and what really happened

If the UK makes the most of Brexit, it will boost prosperity so much that the EU won’t be able to ignore the lessons of the Leave vote 

Leave voters have been called racists by their opponents. But there’s nothing wrong in a country being in charge of its borders and numbers

The referendum result poses risks — but also a chance to break the dependency culture of the arts

The former Cabinet minister was the modest but highly effective lynchpin of the Cameron government