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Total 32 Posts

Brexit constipation.

13 min read
Professor Chris Grey’s latest analysis on how and why the UK Government, Labour, and the Brexit Ultras are stuck in recurring patterns and debates. So, as the damage mounts, Brexit cannot ‘move on’, but the rest of the world is doing so.

Brave new world.

13 min read
Professor Chris Grey looks at why and how to analyse post-transition Brexit realities, reviews the early effects, and discusses the demands to come together and to move on from Brexit.

So this is Brexit?

14 min read
Professor Chris Grey’s latest Brexit analysis on why the shape of the deal isn’t a surprise and is damage limitation at best, a reminder that leaving the EU Single Market means the end of the ‘UK’ single market, and why this isn’t the end of Brexit but a new phase.

The worst elected government on earth.

4 min read
How the worst government the UK has had for 250 years, and possibly the worst elected government on earth right now, dealt with coronavirus in 2020. And what to expect for 2021...

Brexit, beached.

13 min read
With Trump and Cummings going the Brexit project is beached on the mudflaps of history, and with its deepest flaws about ‘independence’ ever clearer Boris Johnson can no longer duck the choice of purism or pragmatism, writes Professor Chris Grey.

Bus-crashing as a negotiation technique.

5 min read
There really only can be three options to explain this diplomatic equivalent of taking a leak on the head of the other side, Professor Simon Usherwood writes.

The sillier season.

11 min read
Professor Chris Grey’s Brexit analysis on how the Channel migrants panic links back to the 2016 Referendum and forward to post-Brexit international co-operation, IDS et al’s ‘Millwall’ approach to diplomacy, and the US and Japan trade deals.
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