Due diligence rules show the path forward

The EU’s Due Diligence plans are significantly more restrictive, prescriptive and burdensome than the UK’s legality standard

Losing precedence

The ECJ is losing out in Poland and beyond. Is the primacy of EU law ebbing away?

Diary: Government as Performance Art

Anand Menon is back in Portcullis House – but ‘politics as normal’ is distinctly absent

New trade secretary must stand firm against pro-Brussels lobbying

For Bill Cash, trade is the policy area where the UK can most significantly, and successfully, depart from the Brussels bureaucratic model. 

Long-distance relationship

New Zealand’s high commissioner to the UK on Covid, cricket and Kiri Te Kanawa

In Conversation with Sylvie Bermann, former French ambassador

Sylvie Bermann was France’s ambassador to the United Kingdom from 2014 to 2017, the first woman to hold the role.

Don’t Mention the Vaccine

Why bragging about our jab success will win Britain neither friends nor influence in Germany

Post-Brexit, Short-termism

Ending short-termism: the post-Brexit challenge

Thirty years of short-termism has left the transport and energy sectors in a stagnating mess, says Tony Lodge, but with Brexit done, there is a chance for some real change