Thursday July 9, 2020

We need to step up our game on Brexit

The level of jingoism in both London and in Brussels at the moment is unhelpful

9th April, 2017

The first official exchanges on Brexit have begun with the triggering of Article 50 by British prime minister Theresa May and the subsequent publishing of draft guidelines for the negotiations by the president of the European Council, Donald Tusk.

The European Parliament has also passed its own resolution and indicated its particular red lines. Any final agreement will require the European Parliament’s approval, something which should not be taken for granted. The European Parliament has strong...

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