UK-EU Trade Deal
Total 39 Posts
It is completely normal for the EU to stick to its rules and principles which are applicable to all third countries. That’s what Dr Anna Jerzewska explains in this brilliant thread.
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.
Prepared to trash the international agreement that it has reached with the EU, the Government would be in a flagrant breach of international law and would turn the UK into a rogue state. The Tories can have Brexit, or they can have the UK. They cannot have both.
Trade deals are usually about breaking down barriers. This one is about putting them up.
Professor Chris Grey’s analysis on the latest Brexit events, the case for a deal and whether ‘Remainers’ should want one, what the Museum of Brexit says about political psychology and why it matters for the talks.
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.