Total 32 Posts
The British politicians and diplomats trying to negotiate a new trade deal with the Trump administration have been increasingly frustrated by the powerful and consistent push back from the Democratic leadership in Washington.
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.
Iain Duncan Smith’s inconsistency in rejecting the Withdrawal Agreement he voted for is part of a pattern by which, over 20 years, radical Eurosceptics have taken control of the Conservative Party, Brendan Donnelly writes.
Professor Chris Grey’s Brexit analysis on the Border Operating Model and “Let’s Get Going” campaign, and the Ultras’ latest push to replace the “poison pill” Withdrawal Agreement, re-write history, and re-fight old battles.