STEPHEN BUSH: British pro-Europeans can feel confident that the UK will seek to return to the EU at some point in the future. But it is less likely we’ll see the political leadership required to make the UK’s second stay in the EU more stable.
LISA NANDY: For too long we have accepted that immigration and community are at odds. But there is a sensible, decent majority in this country who believe in a global, tolerant, open, outward facing, and diverse Britain.
Shadow Brexit Secretary Keir Starmer calls for a broader Brexit debate.
New Fabian Society/FEPS research suggests the public is ready to back a close relationship with the EU after Brexit.
The left must broaden the conversation so that it has a plan to tackle the social and economic drivers of Brexit, and a vision for a close working relationship with the EU.
As he spearheads the fight to stop Brexit, Andrew Adonis talks to Kate Murray about his leftwards journey and the need for a radical agenda to transform the country