In politics, like murder, motives matter
If there is to be a rebel alliance government it will need an agenda and timetable agreed first. That matters more than who leads it.
Brexit-delay riots are highly unlikely. If you know why they are being talked up, however, you can address the real agenda.
Riots are rare but a sufficient force of impact on a concentrated population can create a riot. And this makes “no deal” riots likely.
There is almost zero chance of brexit-delay riots happening. Here’s why…
As part of our regular “Remember their Audience” series, we examine Jeremy Corbyn’s promise of a People’s Vote – without coming out for remain
The Brexit Party is always focused on energising its base. It’s “offer” to Johnson is no different.
The Conservatives are attacking the Brexit Part. They just can’t afford for people to notice.
We examine the move by Lib Dems to back unilateral “revoke” instead of a referendum.
Is “Party v Nation” really anything but a slogan?
As part of our regular “Remember their Audience” series, we examine Boris Johnson standing in front of Police cadets. The background: Boris Johnson gave a speech