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. []

Professor Chris Grey’s latest Brexit analysis on how the Government imagines a relationship with the EU detached from history and geography but based on “character” and “emotive political economy”, and the shifting meanings of ‘Canada-style’. []

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. []

Professor Chris Grey’s latest analysis on the ‘ideational’ (overlap of Brexiters and ‘lockdown sceptics’) and ‘institutional’ (overlap in how the government approaches each) links, and why they matter. []

Michel Barnier and David Frost have resumed their negotiations interrupted by the Coronavirus ten days ago. Brendan Donnelly, Director of the Federal Trust explains what happens next, and why Brexit is the Conservative Party and the Conservative Party is Brexit. []

Professor Chris Grey’s latest Brexit analysis on the ongoing delusion that talks are happening, the extension debate, the PM’s illness, and what it reveals about the Tory Party, the significance of Starmer’s election, and the ever-present time factor. []