An Injury-Time Winner? Maybe, but Brexit is still a lose-lose game

| Anton Muscatelli

COMMENT | Against expectations, EU negotiators and the UK government have arrived at a revised Brexit deal. Is this last-minute draft deal likely to be a winner for the Prime Minister? …
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A Bad Brexit Deal – and Then?

| Kirsty Hughes

COMMENT | So we have another Brexit deal – almost a year after Theresa May concluded the first one. Boris Johnson’s deal is, of course, an amended version…
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Brexit Countdown?

| Kirsty Hughes

COMMENT | With the end of October approaching, an intense, highly political two weeks is set to play out…
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Europe’s New Industrial Strategy Taking Shape

| David gow

COMMENT | Strategic autonomy. Digital/technological sovereignty. These are the buzzwords of the new European Commission…
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Brexit and the UK’s Political Implosion

| Kirsty Hughes

COMMENT | The UK’s acute political and constitutional crisis staggers on. Boris Johnson’s wanton disregard for parliament, the constitution, truth, the Union, the damaging impact of no deal is as clear…
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Brexit Scenarios: What Might Happen Next?

| Eve Hepburn

COMMENT | As the Scottish and UK parliaments conclude their summer recess, the focus of British politics has returned to the dominant issue of how, when (and whether) the UK will exit the European Union. With the announcement that the Queen has approved the…
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Fighting Over No Deal – the UK’s Failing Politics

| Kirsty Hughes

COMMENT | The no deal politicking is in full spate. Will Boris Johnson really take the UK out of the EU without a deal on 31st October – with all the chaos, damage and hurt that will cause?..
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Brexit and the UK’s Unsavoury Government of all the Knaves

| Kirsty Hughes

COMMENT | The UK’s failing politics has taken another major lurch downwards with Boris Johnson’s unsavoury and populist government of all the knaves. The lack of consensus in the Tory party and at Westminster on how or whether to pursue Brexit …
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