Sovereignty

Total 8 Posts

The UK–Australia trade deal is not really about economic gain – It’s about demonstrating post-Brexit sovereignty.

4 min read
Negotiating new trade deals post-Brexit will have real economic consequences and require politically difficult compromise.

How discussion influences voters’ attitudes towards post-Brexit immigration and regulation.

7 min read
The UK government has spent the last year negotiating a Brexit deal that maximises the ability of the UK to diverge from EU regulation. But is this what voters will necessarily want? This Deliberative Poll raises doubts.

Brexit – The ludicrous proposition.

3 min read
We have long since passed the point where Brexiters show that they cannot answer these vital questions seriously.

Overpromising was always at the heart of Brexit.

4 min read
At the moment, the Brexiter and Government rhetoric insists that ‘sovereignty’ and ‘unfettered trade’ are mutually compatible goals. Overpromising was always at the heart of Brexit. Soon it is going to hurt.

Brexit – Ideological hatred of the EU and cakeism.

5 min read
David Henig on absolutely key points many people still don’t understand and the Brexit “sovereignty myth”.

Brexit, beached.

13 min read
With Trump and Cummings going the Brexit project is beached on the mudflaps of history, and with its deepest flaws about ‘independence’ ever clearer Boris Johnson can no longer duck the choice of purism or pragmatism, writes Professor Chris Grey.

Brexit Britain’s place in the world.

11 min read
Professor Chris Grey’s latest Brexit analysis on how Britain has thrown away its global role and needs an overdue debate about its place in the world. That is made harder by sham patriotism but urgent by the UK falling apart.
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