Total 57 Posts
Northern Ireland is the first UK country to impose a time-limited set of restrictions to try and get on top of the coronavirus.
While the English Channel and Irish land border have received most of the Brexit attention, the Irish Sea ports are a major concern.
Brexit could leave key sectors struggling and the devolved administrations have little power to do anything about it.
The UK should be playing a key role in multilateral institutions confronting existential challenges for humanity, but instead it is pitching towards break up, disharmony, bitterness and isolation.
In his Brexit analysis Professor Chris Grey looks at freeports, chemical regulations, whether there is any good news (Japan FTA? Northern Ireland?), why the Iain Duncan Smith story matters, and the brain drain and other consequences of the culture war.
Professor Chris Grey’s Brexit analysis on the reputational damage of treating the Political Declaration and, worse, the Withdrawal Agreement as irrelevant; on the Terminator-like ERG; and how this matters for the UK’s global relationships.