The former Grimsby MP who championed Brexit long before it was popular

Having gold as an anchor may not be perfect, but it does prevent the enormous expansion of public debt

The judgement will go down as one of the great working-class victories of our time

Brexit has been blamed for the decline of the British press, but the mainstream media was broken long before we left the European Union

Woolly thinking, cloudy expression, and the possibility that great matters are at hand: two books by a pair of Foreign Office grandees

Processed Animal Protein feed — what could possibly go wrong?

How the Charity Commission suppressed a think tank’s Brexit output

The coronavirus pandemic has birthed a new historically-specific group: the lockdown refugees

Blaming the British Empire for Brexit is not only ignorant — it’s total rubbish

If the EU is genuinely fearing for a “backdoor” into its single market, it should mind its own shaky external border protection