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Total 9 Posts

Vegan ‘dairy’ products face EU ban from using milk cartons and yoghurt pots – and UK could be next.

5 min read
Oatly and Flora are fronting a petition to stop the EU getting even tougher on their packaging. If Amendment 171 is approved, producers will not be able to use terms or imagery on packaging which refer to or evoke dairy products.

What are Australian-style and Canadian-style Brexit trade deals?

4 min read
For the UK to exit the EU on genuine Australian, no-deal or WTO terms, the British government would need to reject the WA/NIP. This now appears unlikely.

The UK is leaving the European Arrest Warrant... and extraditing criminals could be more difficult as a result.

4 min read
Leaving the European Arrest Warrant will make it harder to get criminals out of European countries when they are suspected of a crime.

The flawed logic of ‘sovereign equals’.

12 min read
Professor Chris Grey’s analysis on the latest Brexit developments – from Michael Gove’s Select Committee appearance to Lugano – in terms of Britain’s new approach of a ‘sovereign equals’ negotiation based on third country precedents.

Hot take on the EU’s draft negotiating directives.

7 min read
Professor Steve Peers’ first thoughts after the European Commission published its proposed negotiation mandate for the future EU/UK relationship.

Brexit: Here’s what happens next.

4 min read
It’s rapidly becoming a truism to say that Brexit isn’t done. But what does that actually mean?

Lies, damn lies, and claims about EU citizens in the 2019 General Election.

6 min read
In the last week or so, a number of ministers have made a series of false or misleading claims about EU citizens in the UK. Professor Steve Peers has examined and fact-checked those claims.
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