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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 
8 days ago 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 
9 days ago 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 
10 days ago 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 
18 days ago 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 
20 days ago 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 
23 days ago by nwlinks
How the Brexiteers broke history
Tremendous takedown of the imperial nostalgia and wrong-headed history applied by leading Brexiteers.
ukpolitics  brexit  eu 
24 days ago 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 
26 days ago 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 
28 days ago by nwlinks
Brexit cannot be stopped
I am inclined to agree with @AndrewDuffEU.
eu  ukpolitics  brexit 
28 days ago by nwlinks
The Brexit playbook in the 11 EU countries that will shape a deal
Slightly clickbait headline but generally good analysis.
eu  brexit 
4 weeks ago by nwlinks
Why the UK’s Brexit negotiation tactics drew a blank
Good analysis by @JenniferMerode of how London misunderstands Europe.
ukpolitics  brexit  eu 
6 weeks ago by nwlinks
Brexit: Time to Compromise (8 pages, PDF)
@AndrewDuffEU reckons that the end is in sight, and there will be a deal in September.
ukpolitics  brexit  eu 
6 weeks ago by nwlinks
EU countries stop clock on Commission’s time change plan
The Austrian minister “wants the Commission to appoint a coordinator — a sort of EU-wide time lord”.
doctorwho  eu 
6 weeks ago by nwlinks
The Brexit trap: is there any way out?
@GeorgeEaton at @NewStatesman thinks not.
eu  ukpolitics  brexit 
6 weeks ago by nwlinks
Brexit: One negotiation, two worlds
As ever, excellent from @TConnellyRTE; he is guardedly optimistic though conscious of the problems.
brexit  eu  ukpolitics  ireland  Northernireland 
6 weeks ago by nwlinks
How Nick Clegg’s new job at Facebook shows Britain doesn’t matter any more to Big Tech
Interesting point, which I didn't think of being too close to the Brussels trees.
eu  facebook 
7 weeks ago by nwlinks
Navigating Brexit (19 pages, PDF)
Had not seen this before - effective presentation by Northern Ireland Food and Drink Association, written a year ago.
ukpolitics  eu  brexit  Northernireland 
7 weeks ago by nwlinks
I Didn’t Hate the English — Until Now
@mmegannnolan on how Brexit has changed her.
ukpolitics  eu  brexit  ireland 
8 weeks ago by nwlinks
Fighting 15s and Brexit Day
The practical effects of Brexit on a small mail-order business.
brexit  ukpolitics  eu 
8 weeks ago by nwlinks
Revealed: May's secret bid to get Labour to back Brexit deal
The endgame shapes up. MPs will only have two choices: May’s deal or no deal. Many will reluctantly choose what’s on the table.
ukpolitics  eu  brexit 
9 weeks ago by nwlinks
Likening the EU to the USSR: not unreasonable?
Actually completely unreasonable, as @V_Andriukaitis very eloquently explains to a Brexiteer.
ukpolitics  eu  brexit 
10 weeks ago by nwlinks
Brexiters misunderstand the European project
Martin Wolf: “It is legitimate to believe the EU has over-reached, but not to despise its goals.”
ukpolitics  brexit  eu 
10 weeks ago by nwlinks
Theresa May’s negotiating flaws were laid bare at Salzburg
Great analysis from @DavidAllenGreen. (Apologies for paywall.)
brexit  eu  ukpolitics 
11 weeks ago by nwlinks
Business chiefs left angry and astounded by Government’s ‘phone Dublin’ Brexit advice
Ann McGregor of NI Chamber of Commerce: Brexit papers had "two key outcomes for Northern Ireland businesses - it confuses them more and increases their costs".
eu  ukpolitics  brexit  Northernireland 
august 2018 by nwlinks
GDPR, and how I spent a month chasing my data
Fascinating. We should all be doing this.
internet  spam  eu 
august 2018 by nwlinks
Brexit: Beyond the transition
@AndrewDuffEU looks forward to the next ten months.
brexit  eu  ukpolitics 
august 2018 by nwlinks
Britain urged Ireland to reduce emphasis on NI peace in Brexit talks
“Theresa May was said to be hurt and concerned her credentials as a guarantor of the Good Friday Agreement were not being taken seriously”. Have heard this also from someone else who met May recently (not an Irish official).
brexit  ukpolitics  eu  ireland  northernireland 
august 2018 by nwlinks
A no-deal Brexit will not happen. Here’s why
Great as usual from @JonLis1 - I agree with him.
ukpolitics  eu  brexit 
august 2018 by nwlinks
Notices to Stakeholders
Useful summary of the EU’s preparedness documents for the event of a no-deal Brexit.
eu  ukpolitics  brexit 
july 2018 by nwlinks
With anti-Muslim laws, Europe enters new dark age
The President of the Conference of European Rabbis writes.
islam  religion  eu  race 
july 2018 by nwlinks
Four Brexit Scenarios
by @PeterKellner1. None of the four is good.
ukpolitics  eu  brexit 
july 2018 by nwlinks
Brexit: Last Call
@AndrewDuffEU anticipates Chequers.
brexit  eu  ukpolitics 
july 2018 by nwlinks
The Union in Revolutionary Times
Northern Ireland and the UK after Brexit. (And Scotland.) By @GerryLynch.
brexit  ukpolitics  eu  Northernireland  Scotland 
june 2018 by nwlinks
The United States and Europe still need each other
Good piece by my friends @A_Sloat and Julie Smith.
uspolitics  eu 
june 2018 by nwlinks
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