EU27

Total 52 Posts

Brexit deal or no deal, food bills are about to get a lot more expensive.

5 min read
Although 52% of the UK’s food needs are currently met by domestic production, the remainder is heavily dependent on imports from the EU.

Die-cast Britain.

3 min read
As in previous moments, the government seems more willing to concede ground to the EU than its rhetoric might suggest.

I really mean it this time.

4 min read
To expect to be trusted when you act in a distrusting way is a fool’s errand.

Not moving on, not going away.

8 min read
Professor Chris Grey’s political analysis on how the Brexit process is stuck, how Labour’s stance on extension needs to change, and the impact of the Cummings affair on the extension debate.

β€œIt does not have to be like this”. But it is.

11 min read
Professor Chris Grey’s latest Brexit analysis on the Frost letter, the latest debates about the extension of the transition period, trust, and the glimpses we are getting of a post-Brexit Britain.

Brexit – Another look at attitudes towards extending the transition.

4 min read
Professor John Curtice takes another look at public attitudes towards extending the Brexit transition period in the wake of the coronavirus crisis.

Once more, with feeling.

3 min read
It’s hard to shake the feeling that we’ve been here before. But what are we getting Brexit done for?
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