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Brexit: Last Call
@AndrewDuffEU anticipates Chequers.
brexit  eu  ukpolitics 
10 days ago by nwlinks
The Union in Revolutionary Times
Northern Ireland and the UK after Brexit. (And Scotland.) By @GerryLynch.
brexit  ukpolitics  eu  Northernireland  Scotland 
25 days ago by nwlinks
The United States and Europe still need each other
Good piece by my friends @A_Sloat and Julie Smith.
uspolitics  eu 
4 weeks ago by nwlinks
Preparing Brexit: How Ready Is Whitehall?
Damning Institute for Government report (PDF).
eu  ukpolitics  brexit 
5 weeks ago by nwlinks
What populists get wrong about migration
The harsh reality behind the thoughtless rhetoric.
eu  migration 
5 weeks ago by nwlinks
Who lost Italy?
Daniel Gros of @CEPS_thinktank points out that Italy’s problems are domestic in origin.
italy  eu 
6 weeks ago by nwlinks
Former Ipswich mayor Inga Lockington loses citizenship bid
But reassuring EU citizens has been Theresa May’s first priority!!!
eu  brexit  ukpolitics  migration 
7 weeks ago by nwlinks
A hitchhiker's guide to Galileo and Brexit
@SophiaBesch of @CER_EU advocates a compromise.
brexit  space  eu  ukpolitics 
10 weeks ago by nwlinks
The Long Road to Brexit
Books reviewed by @GarvanWalshe.
ukpolitics  eu  brexit 
april 2018 by nwlinks
Taoiseach dismisses Davis' Brexit comments as 'strange'
UK seriously believes that SF is running Ireland’s Brexit policy. For real.
ireland  ukpolitics  brexit  eu 
april 2018 by nwlinks
EU Proposals on Digital Taxation: A divisive move?
My colleague Elisa looks at the landscape.
eu 
march 2018 by nwlinks
The Brexit Threat to British Security
@CharlesTannock points out the obvious.
ukpolitics  eu  brexit 
march 2018 by nwlinks
Why Europe Is Giving Teens a Free Month of Train Travel
Free inter-rail for 18-year-olds - brilliant!
eu  rail 
march 2018 by nwlinks
Brexit: Half In, Half Out or Right Out? (PDF)
@AndrewDuffEU looks forward as well as back.
brexit  eu  ukpolitics 
march 2018 by nwlinks
Brits in Europe left stranded in Brexit talks
...unless they can change citizenship; not all of them can.
brexit  eu 
march 2018 by nwlinks
Brexiters adopt the sonic screwdriver strategy
I had missed this glorious linking of Doctor Who with the Brexit debate in the FT - following their dystopin analysis last week.
DoctorWho  eu  brexit  ukpolitics 
march 2018 by nwlinks
Brexit and the contest between process and publicity
@DavidAllenGreen on why the UK is doing so badly in negotiations.
brexit  ukpolitics  eu 
march 2018 by nwlinks
EU Leaders’ Agenda: Who’s Afraid of Reforms?
@AndrewDuffEU is not satisfied with the @eucopresident.
eu 
february 2018 by nwlinks
The 2014 European Parliament elections, under the 2019 rules
How the proposed new voting system for the European Parliament helps the centre and the centre-right.
eu  elections 
february 2018 by nwlinks
Serbia must accept Kosovo independence to join EU: German foreign minister
This is important. There is of course a difference between “accept” and “recognise”.
eu  kosovo  serbia 
february 2018 by nwlinks
Brexit - Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade
The Irish government’s guide to what’s going on.
eu  brexit  ireland 
february 2018 by nwlinks
The EU cannot save Britain from itself
Three months on, still sensible commentary from @jonlis1.
ukpolitics  eu  brexit 
january 2018 by nwlinks
Brexit: What if Britain changes its mind? (PDF)
@AndrewDuffEU explains: no more rebate, no more opt-outs (apart from euro).
eu  brexit  ukpolitics 
january 2018 by nwlinks
Associate or dissociate: it’s make your mind up time
More important #Brexit analysis from @AndrewDuffEU.
eu  brexit  ukpolitics 
december 2017 by nwlinks
The Brexit struggle awaiting Theresa May in 2018, by @jonlis1
“The defining story of 2018 will be her battle not with the mountain of phase-two negotiations, but with basic truth and fact.”
ukpolitics  brexit  eu 
december 2017 by nwlinks
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