Professor Chris Grey

Professor Chris Grey

Total 149 Posts
Professor of Organization Studies at Royal Holloway, University of London, and previously a professor at Cambridge University and Warwick University.

Betamax Frost is an obstacle to a viable post-Brexit strategy.

13 min read
Professor Chris Grey’s analysis on how this summer’s events have overtaken Frost’s approach to the Northern Ireland Protocol, and where that approach might now lead, including whether Boris Johnson might ditch him.

Post-Brexit Britain can’t be realistic until it’s truthful.

13 min read
Professor Chris Grey’s analysis on how there is some emerging realism but still a lack of honesty about Brexit. That needs to change quickly, as there is even more at stake than empty shelves.

Living with Brexit.

13 min read
Professor Chris Grey’s brilliant political analysis on recent developments – including Afghanistan – in terms of different responses to the realities of Brexit: denial, bluster, performativity, bombast, quiet realism, noisy fantasy, and silence.

Britain’s Brexit slow puncture.

11 min read
Professor Chris Grey’s Brexit analysis looking at what is to come in terms of travel, import controls, investment, conformity assessment, regional development, etc. Slow-burn damage, making a definitive ‘day of judgment’ unlikely for the moment.

The Frost-Johnson approach has already failed.

14 min read
Professor Chris Grey on where Boris Johnson’s “politics of lies” has brought us, the incoherence and dishonesty of David Frost’s latest Northern Ireland Protocol proposals, and why this could be an open goal for Labour.

Britain – The neighbour from hell.

12 min read
Professor Chris Grey on the Frost-Lewis article and its wider significance, the latest economic and cultural costs of Brexit, and the ever-clearer paradox of hardline ‘sovereignty’ in an interdependent world.

Still stuck on the Mobius Strip.

14 min read
Professor Chris Grey on how Lord Frost and the Brexiters are going round the same loops as in 2017-19, chilled meats news and why it matters, and how it seems that Brexit works best when it isn’t actually implemented.
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