Monday September 21, 2020

Brexit risks must sharpen focus on government formation

Despite a lack of resolution on many issues, Britain has formally rejected an extension of the transition period

14th June, 2020

As Europe grapples with the health and economic consequences of the Covid-19 pandemic, it has almost been forgotten that the negotiations between the EU and Britain have been crawling along in the background for months. It may have seemed that Brexit was irrelevant at a time of unprecedented crisis, but the reminder of its risk emerged again last week as Britain formally rejected an extension of the transition period at the end of this year...

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