Monday January 27, 2020

As we approach the end of the Brexit dance, it seems Britain will end up part of an arrangement remarkably like the customs union

4th November, 2018

We are, it seems, approaching the endgame in the withdrawal treaty phase of the Brexit process – at times a game of poker, at others a game of chicken.

Shafts of light are penetrating the political gloom. It is becoming increasingly obvious that there will have to be a “customs partnership” between the EU and Britain if there is to be any agreement that does not involve a hard border in Ireland or between the...

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