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Why Brexiteers forgot about the Border
Honest admission of error from@OliverNorgrove. At least I called this one at the time.
brexit  eu  ukpolitics  northernireland  ireland 
15 hours ago by nwlinks
Nicholas Whyte: EU27 feel their flexibility is repaid with rudeness
My tweets from last weekend, recycled (by permission) by the @newsletter.
ukpolitics  Northernireland  brexit  eu 
11 days ago by nwlinks
No dealers must dream on: A conversation with Ivan Rogers
Verbatim, so not as well structured as usual, but lots of juicy detail.
ukpolitics  brexit  eu 
14 days ago by nwlinks
The death of compromise
Important piece on Northern Ireland and Brexit. Do read.
ukpolitics  eu  brexit  northernireland 
16 days ago by nwlinks
How should Ireland’s MEPs be elected amidst Brexit uncertainty?
Michael Gallagher argues that votes should be counted twice, covering both possible seat allocations. I agree.
ireland  elections  eu 
24 days ago by nwlinks
Brexiles: ‘It has become okay to make racial comments in UK’
My old friend Andrew Smith tells the story of how post-Brexit racism made him move to Ireland. (He is English.)
brexit  ukpolitics  eu 
25 days ago by nwlinks
Brexit: The narrow precipice to a last-gasp deal
@TonyConnellyRTE has the latest - a better summary than you will read in most British papers.
ukpolitics  eu  ireland  brexit 
25 days ago by nwlinks
On the Loss of Citizenship
@PaulDBurgess reflects on Brexit.
brexit  ukpolitics  eu 
4 weeks ago by nwlinks
Brexit: The Compromise (PDF)
@AndrewDuffEU sees a way forward.
ukpolitics  brexit  eu 
4 weeks ago by nwlinks
Porsche asks UK buyers to commit to 10% no-deal Brexit surcharge
That’s the German car industry coming to the rescue, then. #TakingBackControl
brexit  germany  ukpolitics  eu 
4 weeks ago by nwlinks
The EU looks like the Soviet Union in 1991 – on the verge of collapse
Slightly alarmist headline, but very good point by @GeorgeSoros about the inadequacy of EU party structures in meeting today's challenges.
eu 
5 weeks ago by nwlinks
Why a no-deal Brexit is likely
So says @Peston. Personally I am a little more hopeful about the result of May’s dialogue with Labour, but only a little.
ukpolitics  eu  brexit 
5 weeks ago by nwlinks
The Brexit Blog: Britain in a tailspin
More gloom here, with one excellent line: “Remainers may be pro-EU, but the EU is no longer pro-remain.”
ukpolitics  eu  brexit 
5 weeks ago by nwlinks
Warning lights flashing over EU settled status app
Only available on Android, and doesn’t work properly. #BritainOfTheWelcomes
ukpolitics  brexit  migration  eu 
6 weeks ago by nwlinks
Somewhere, Nowhere, Anywhere
Natalie Sarkic-Todd on losing her Britain.
eu  brexit 
6 weeks ago by nwlinks
Why Brexit is good for the UK and the EU
@FraserMCameron looks for a silver lining.
brexit  ukpolitics  eu 
6 weeks ago by nwlinks
At least you can leave
@MariaFarrell on being Irish in today’s UK.
ukpolitics  brexit  eu 
6 weeks ago by nwlinks
Brexit: No Deal and the Irish Border
Solid factual undramatic analysis from @TConnellyRTE.
ukpolitics  brexit  ireland  eu 
7 weeks ago by nwlinks
Dyson to move company HQ to Singapore
Top Brexiteer takes back control by leaving Brexit Britain.
ukpolitics  eu  brexit 
8 weeks ago by nwlinks
Veteran MEP Brok generated cash from Parliament visitors – POLITICO
Extraordinary story about European Parliament’s longest serving MEP.
eu 
8 weeks ago by nwlinks
Theresa May’s single most important strategic mistake
@Peston: failing to build parliamentary consensus on end state of EU rel’ns. I agree - in other EU countries, they built cross-party consensus on EU, and it worked.
eu  ukpolitics  brexit 
9 weeks ago by nwlinks
EU election from @APCOWorldwide
Latest thoughts on the coming vote from @sirgrahamwatson ‏and @MatteoMartone via @APCOBXLInsider.
eu 
9 weeks ago by nwlinks
Top orchestra quits Britain over Brexit migration clampdown
Young foreigners, no doubt playing foreign music, not welcome in Brexit Britain. #fb
music  ukpolitics  eu  brexit 
10 weeks ago by nwlinks
I've seen how the EU tackles tax evasion versus the US – and if Brexit Britain follows Trump, we're headed for disaster, by @NeenaGMEP
Nick Timothy says this is what was really meant by Theresa May’s “citizens of nowhere”. Of course, she is doing less than nothing about it.
ukpolitics  eu 
11 weeks ago by nwlinks
Best of Brexit: A Christmas reading list
Some of these I will avoid; some I will look out for. I have read one of them already!
brexit  ukpolitics  eu 
december 2018 by nwlinks
Don’t blame Ireland for beating Britain in the Brexit negotiations | Coffee House
Brilliant dissection by @AlexMassie of imperial pretensions, including those of his fellow @Spectator columnist Brendan O'Neill.
ireland  brexit  eu 
december 2018 by nwlinks
Letter From Post-Brexit Britain, March 2029
A pessimistic but possibly realistic forecast.
Sf  brexit  eu  ukpolitics 
december 2018 by nwlinks
Behind the Brexit Chaos, a Faulty U.K. Negotiating Strategy
Excellent @WSJ analysis from @StephenFidler1 and @LaurNorman.
ukpolitics  eu  brexit 
december 2018 by nwlinks
For all its faults, May’s Brexit deal might be the best option Leave MPs have
From @HenryNewman. I don’t agree on every point of the analysis, but I do agree that the deal has better chance of passing than some believe.
brexit  eu  ukpolitics 
december 2018 by nwlinks
Dramatic Brexit week leaves us none the wiser
If you want to know what actually happened last week, @TonyConnellyRTE has the details.
brexit  eu  ukpolitics 
december 2018 by nwlinks
Unilateral Brexit revocation is possible, but only until March 29
We continue to alert readers not to seek comfort in news reports that parliament will stop a no-deal Brexit.
ukpolitics  brexit  eu 
december 2018 by nwlinks
Why lobbying in Brussels is not always an obscure activity
"a lobby group’s resources and the types of constituencies it represents are not consequential for success. What matters are the strategies lobbyists develop and how these fit in the overall public affairs context."
eu  lobbying 
december 2018 by nwlinks
Brexit: From revelation to re-accession
@AndrewDuffEU argues that Remainers should support the May deal and demand a referendum on rejoining as the price.
eu  ukpolitics  brexit 
december 2018 by nwlinks
Parliament cannot simply 'block No Deal' as some are claiming - it's the default option
Rare for me to agree with the thrust of an article in @BrexitCentral, but this is correct.
brexit  eu  ukpolitics 
november 2018 by nwlinks
Holyhead on Brexit: ‘When will people wake the f**k up?’
Vox populi (or perhaps llais y bobl) - what people really think at Wales’s gateway to Ireland.
eu  ukpolitics  brexit  wales 
november 2018 by nwlinks
Fighting words: The risks of loose talk about a “European army”
As @ECFR's Nick Witney points out, it ain't gonna happen, and it's actually counterproductive to talk about it.
eu 
november 2018 by nwlinks
How the Brexiteers broke history
Tremendous takedown of the imperial nostalgia and wrong-headed history applied by leading Brexiteers.
ukpolitics  brexit  eu 
november 2018 by nwlinks
Jo Johnson: the inside story of Brexit and where it all went wrong
This is paywalled, but if you can get in it’s a damn good read.
ukpolitics  eu  brexit 
november 2018 by nwlinks
How Brexit Britain lost friends and alienated people
A good summary. IMHO, Brexit became inevitable when Cameron withdrew Conservatives from EPP.
brexit  ukpolitics  eu 
november 2018 by nwlinks
Brexit cannot be stopped
I am inclined to agree with @AndrewDuffEU.
eu  ukpolitics  brexit 
november 2018 by nwlinks
The Brexit playbook in the 11 EU countries that will shape a deal
Slightly clickbait headline but generally good analysis.
eu  brexit 
november 2018 by nwlinks
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