Today Marks the Dawn of a New Britain | Matthew Cowley

Today, after many (literal) trials and tribulations, the Prime Minister fired the starting gun on Brexit. In the next two years, we will get more of a glimpse into what Brexit will look like, but here is a quick take on what Brexit should actually mean for Britain. The first (chronologically) and easiest thing for […]

Brexit means letting Theresa May get on with it | Matthew Cowley

The impact of uncertainty on an economy has never been more apparent than in the case of the Brexit vote. Nothing has changed since the vote – the UK remains in the European Union, Article 50 has not been activated, and no deal for departure has been agreed – and yet the markets have already […]

The EU referendum was a disastrous idea. But the EU was a worse one | Will Saunders

It’s been a long, hot summer of furious finger-pointing and tearful recriminations. Britain has voted to leave the European Union – a seismic shift in the course of our country – and many feel that the country they thought they knew has been swept out from beneath their feet. A mass of Remain voters feel […]