Four years after the referendum, and six months after final defeat at the latest General Election, Remain continues to shape political divides.
Scottish politics will now be determined by how well Unionists and Independents attract remainers.
Opposition parties need to be very different in the years to come, but not to eachother. There is much that unites Labour, Lib Dems, Greens,
Electoral alliances breach our democracy but maybe that’s OK in a broken system.
The chaos from Downing Street has helped the opposition no end. But will a General Election fracture their alliance?
The benefits of an electoral pact are now achievable thanks to remain-motivated voters – even though remain is not the main reason it should happen.