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So, now that we have all slept on it, here is a possibly less hot take on the AstraZeneca/Article 16 mess.
In the row between the UK and EU over how to handle state subsidies after Brexit, both sides insist their proposals are consistent with the political declaration.
Keeping power used to be about good policies, now it is about framing things as someone else’s fault.4 min read
An excellent thread by Dmitry Grozoubinski on the Government’s logic that follows from the position it put itself in, its gaslighting of a significant part of the population, and a total disregard for the consequences for people’s lives.
An important thread on why the British government is making claims about the EU that they know aren’t true.
Having spent three years very close to the EU side, I think it is important to correct some inaccuracies in Anand Menon’s Financial Times piece on how the EU intransigence has presumably driven the UK, important trade and security partner, further away.
In an open letter to French President Macron, Corina Stratulat and Milena Lazarevic agree that it is time for a renewed approach to EU enlargement towards the Balkans, but argue that Macron failed to provide a concrete way forward.