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 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. []

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 background to last week’s UK-EU talks, the government’s drive to expunge ‘all things EU’, update on the civil service row, and how the pressure of events may be shifting how the talks will develop. []

A revealing thread by Mujtaba Rahman on the current state of the UK-EU relations after the publication of both parties’ mandates for the incoming Brexit negotiations. []

Another brilliant thread by Steve Analyst on explaining Michel Barnier’s Brexit slide to the Number 10 Press Team. Spoiler: Number 10 probably do understand the slides and are just pandering to their base by trying to paint the EU as the villains to cement support for the Government. []

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. []