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Professor Chris Grey’s latest analysis on how the deal/no deal brinksmanship is damaging in itself, how both are bad outcomes and not what Brexiters had promised, and the very high price we are paying and going to pay...
In the row between the UK and EU over how to handle state subsidies after Brexit, both sides insist their proposals are consistent with the political declaration.
An EU-UK trade deal will reinforce the certainty and continuity that South Africa, Botswana, Lesotho, Namibia, and Eswatini – plus Mozambique are seeking in their relationship with the UK.
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.