Brexit has unleashed the biggest wave of constitutional change in living memory.
The Prime Minister is trying to freeze the public out of the Brexit deal, but lobbyists from the previous government are lining up to wield influence on behalf of their wealthy clients.
We need to know who Theresa May is talking to about the deal, and Parliament needs a full say on what kind of deal is reached.
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Frequenty asked questions
The public voted for Brexit. Why should MPs get a say?
The public has had no say in what the UK does about the single market, free movement of people, or any of the other issues with huge implications for all our lives.
Theresa May’s “red lines” on Brexit weren’t on the ballot paper, so the Prime Minister is using the Brexit vote to reshape huge areas of law and grab even more power for the government from MPs.
How do we fix it?
Any decisions about what EU laws should be kept or scrapped need proper Parliamentary scrutiny by Select Committees. This will give MPs the chance to look at the proposals properly and to ensure it doesn't give the Government excessive powers to repeal decades-old legislation on a whim.
The Brexit Debates
Read our series of articles by guest contributors about where we go now to truly "take back control".
Samuel Lowe is a campaigner at Friends of the Earth. In his piece for the Brexit Debates he explains how The Great Repeal Bill won't solve all the problems for environmental regulation after Brexit.
Nigel Fletcher, Head of Research at the liberal conservative think tank Bright Blue talks about the need to tackle the unelected and unaccountable decision makers in Westminster. He sets out his vision for a reformed House of Lords.
The latest contribution to our Brexit Debates series comes from Green party Peer, Baroness Jones. In her blog she talks about the need to counter political cynicism by giving local communities more control. She also considers how we could reform our political system to make it more transparent, democratic and representative of the people.
Richard Corbett MEP tells us why he thinks the EU’s approach to negotiating trade deals is far more democratic than if the UK has to negotiate independently.
John Strafford, Chairman of the Campaign for Conservative Democracy, tells us why he thinks the EU is a undemocratic institution and considers what would need to happen for electoral reform to be implemented in the UK.
Robin McAlpine from Common Weal explores the limits of representative democracy and the options for greater public participation in government.
Vicky Cann from the Corporate Europe Observatory talks about how corporations may continue to influence government policy decisions long after Brexit.
In the latest in our Brexit Debates series John Tizard tells us how we can decentralise government and put power in the hands of local communities.
How much influence did big money have on the European Union referendum? Steve Goodrich from Transparency International UK tells us about their new report.
In the first of our Brexit Debates blog series Green party MEP Molly Scott Cato talks about how we could use Brexit as an opportunity to revitalise our democracy.