2019: So, what happens next?

Bandwidth problem A cross-party group of MPs recently warned that Brexit was “sucking the life” out of Theresa’s May government. They are right: this week David Lidington, May’s de facto deputy PM, is tasked with finding policies that can be ditched so government and the civil service can focus on no deal planning. Escalating fearsRead more

The EU Withdrawal Bill: To kill, or not to kill? That is the question…

Last week saw the highly contentious EU Withdrawal Bill pass from the House of Commons to the House of Lords in what was widely agreed to have been a smooth passage for the Bill. However, with its second reading set to take place early next week in one of the largest and most Europhilic parliamentaryRead more

Leave supporters are more vocal, but Remain has the most influence online

Today Westminster Advisers is launching the UK Political Web Observatory – an interactive, online map of over 800 politically influential websites in the UK. We’ve been working closely with social media intelligence company Linkfluence and Dr Nick Anstead from the LSE to create this exciting new tool. The Observatory allows users to explore the relationshipsRead more