My Guardian Piece: Don't let the Brexiters turn Ireland into a new Cyprus
I wrote for the Guardian this week, arguing that it would be criminally irresponsible if this government discarded the Good Friday Agreement. Read the whole piece here.
Tour diary: Peterborough and beyond
In order to understand why so much of our country voted for Brexit, I have been spending much of my time going on tour – visiting areas that voted to leave the EU. By June, I will have been to each of the 100 ‘most Brexit’ places and while visiting each of these places I am trying to meet as broad a cross-section of people as possible. This tour is about listening, more than anything else, as I believe that part of the motive for many Brexit voters was the – understandable –
Always read the small print - it's how we might get a Brexit deal referendum
This article first appeared as part of my weekly column for the New European. I recommend you read it on their website, but the full text can be found below as well. A little-known and little-noticed provision in the European Withdrawal Bill could be the key to triggering a referendum on any Brexit deal, writes ANDREW ADONIS Always read the small print. The monstrous EU Withdrawal Bill, meandering slowly through the Lords, contains a provision which virtually no-one noticed
'The Brexit president takes aim at the UK' - My piece for the New European
In this week's column I set out how Donald Trump has just declared war on Brexit. http://www.theneweuropean.co.uk/home/hidden-pages/andrew-adonis-brexit-president-1-5424806
Discussion with Paul Mason on Labour's Brexit policy
If you skip forward to the 13:30 minute mark, you'll be able to to listen to my conversation with Paul Mason about what Labour's stance on Brexit should be on this week's Spectator podcast. Alternatively find The Spectator's podcast on any podcast platform.