On last week’s developments and unfolding scenarios. If none of this makes sense, you have understood what is going on. [...]
- PMP Magazine Contributor.
Professor Chris Grey
- 61 articles in PMP Magazine
Professor of Organization Studies at Royal Holloway, University of London, and previously a professor at Cambridge University and Warwick University.
On the current political void and the nonsense that is filling it, and the trap of betrayal and how it might contain the seeds of a solution. [...]
On how the Brexit Party has given new impetus to the dangerous ‘democracy betrayed’ argument, and how best to counter it. [...]
There is little evidence that Donald Tusk’s advice for the UK not to waste time is being heeded, Professor Chris Grey writes. Worse still, there is no evidence of a will or a way to do so. [...]
In a quiet week the Pelosi delegation reminded us: that Brexit isn’t just Brexit, of the symbolic importance of a UK-US trade deal, and of fantasies about the Irish border. Plus brief thoughts on the European Parliamentary elections. [...]
The EU is protecting itself from Brexiter dishonesty and delusion — and throwing Britain a lifeline.
One of the best commentators on Brexit, Professor Chris Grey, on how the lies, delusions, untrustworthiness and incompetence of Brexiters and Government have diminished and humiliated the UK. [...]
Read again this exclusive piece by Professor Chris Grey on the pro-Brexit bias at the BBC. [...]
Another brilliant longread by Professor Chris Grey. A necessarily lengthy analysis of last week’s developments: indicative votes, Cooper Bill/Act, May-Corbyn talks, Article 50 extension, and more. [...]
Last week’s Brexit developments brilliantly analysed by Professor Chris Grey. [...]
Professor Chris Grey’s analysis on last week’s developments and why Theresa May might see it as her ‘sacred duty’ to crash out of the EU irrespective of the damage it would cause to the country. [...]