UK-EU Relationship

Total 31 Posts

Tick. Tock. (pt. 746)

3 min read
It will only be through a bigger public debate that the UK will be able to move to some new situation that suits it and its setting, Professor Simon Usherwood writes.

Die-cast Britain.

3 min read
As in previous moments, the government seems more willing to concede ground to the EU than its rhetoric might suggest.

Nothing to see here.

11 min read
Professor Chris Grey’s Brexit analysis on the current state of the UK-EU negotiations, the impossibility of predicting what this ‘government of all the talentless’ will do, and the ironies of the UK’s emerging independent trade policy.

Brexit Britain risks heading to international pariahdom.

12 min read
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.

I really mean it this time.

4 min read
To expect to be trusted when you act in a distrusting way is a fool’s errand.

Extension is the Brexiters’ chance to show they accept that they won.

11 min read
Professor Chris Grey’s latest analysis on calls for extension, analysis of why business hasn’t had more influence, and how extension isn’t Remain’s last stand but Leave’s first post-Brexit challenge.

US-UK trade talks have begun – Here is what each side wants and what to expect.

5 min read
Like a lot of relationships at the moment, this one is being negotiated over video.
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