Vicky Ford MEP writes in the Times about how many EU countries restrict immigration much more than most realise. EU officials constantly reiterate the inseparability of the four freedoms, but reality shows there is ample scope to increase restrictions on freedom of movement from within the single market, certainly more than Britain does now.
On that theme, the IEA released a report this week making the economic argument against restrictions on legal immigration, clearing up a few common misconceptions about migrant's impact on the economy.
Jolyon Maugham tries to make some sense of Labour's wobbly position on Brexit, and the potential implications for the parliamentary vote on A50.
To end, here is an interesting and perhaps divisive blog on the revisionism being used to change the Brexit agenda and push us towards a complete exit from the single market. I can't find out who wrote this or when, but it seems to have come from a follow-worthy Twitter account called UK-Positivefuture. Mysterious, but I liked it.