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Queues at borders, suspended deliveries, empty shelves: the EU-UK Trade Cooperation Agreement is not quite what it seemed in the brochure.
Professor Chris Grey’s latest Brexit analysis on why the shape of the deal isn’t a surprise and is damage limitation at best, a reminder that leaving the EU Single Market means the end of the ‘UK’ single market, and why this isn’t the end of Brexit but a new phase.
For the UK to exit the EU on genuine Australian, no-deal or WTO terms, the British government would need to reject the WA/NIP. This now appears unlikely.
Professor Chris Grey’s latest Brexit analysis on the deadline that wasn’t, the debilitating effects of uncertainty, the lies that got us here and the lies about why we are here, a non-prediction, and some advice (to myself, at least) to switch off the news...
The big losers from a no-deal Brexit scenario would not be the countries of the European Union. The EU is the UK’s biggest trading partner, both in terms of value and volume.
Dr Holger Hestermeyer’s optimistic assessment of the Brexit situation now that Joe Biden has won the US Election.