Brexit: when the acrimony needs to stop

A vote in the European Parliament yesterday seems to have set in stone a final layer of unreality which, if allowed to stand, will ensure failure of the coming negotiations on our future relationship with the EU.Even after the earlier debate attended by Commission...

Brexit: informing the debate?

Conveniently for Johnson, his HS2 announcement seems to be drowning out news of the coming Brexit trade negotiations – just as the implications of his stance are beginning to be apparent, bringing to light potential (but very likely) consequences which should be...

Brexit: Orwellian inversions

The government intends to introduce import controls on EU goods at the border after the transition period ends on 31 December 2020. So says Michael Gove, in an official statement, confirming our worst fears.From the “frictionless” trade with EU Member...

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