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Using Ireland
@kevinhorourke ‏states the bleeding obvious (which alas still needs to be stated) about Brexit and the Border.
brexit  eu  ireland 
15 days ago by nwlinks
Senior European Experts
Lots of useful info and analysis about Brexit.
eu  brexit  ukpolitics 
16 days ago by nwlinks
The harsh truths of Brexit
The correlation between the regions most economically dependent on the EU, and support for Brexit.
ukpolitics  brexit  eu 
20 days ago by nwlinks
German industry warns UK not to expect help in Brexit talks
In case anyone still believed the Brexiteers' fairy tales.
eu  germany  ukpolitics  brexit 
5 weeks ago by nwlinks
Brexit: No ordinary third country (PDF)
More sensible analysis from @AndrewDuffEU.
eu  brexit  ukpolitics 
5 weeks ago by nwlinks
Michel Barnier makes it clear
EU chief negotiator's latest Brexit speech.
eu  brexit 
5 weeks ago by nwlinks
Running Commentary XV
@AndrewDuffEU on many Brexit issues, including Liechtenstein.
eu  ukpolitics  brexit  liechtenstein 
7 weeks ago by nwlinks
The Guardian view on Brexit Britain: a clown not a lion
"It’s not just that we look ridiculous, it is that we act ridiculous."
eu  brexit  ukpolitics 
8 weeks ago by nwlinks
Brexit: time for Plan B (PDF)
@AndrewDuffEU is gloomy but pragmatic.
brexit  eu  ukpolitics 
11 weeks ago by nwlinks
Brexit: Avoiding the vortex
@AndrewDuffEU warns how both sides could screw up.
ukpolitics  eu  brexit 
may 2017 by nwlinks
Barnier's speech to the Oireachtas
EU commits to support Ireland on Brexit.
brexit  eu  northernireland  ireland 
may 2017 by nwlinks
A dog’s brexit.
Excellent analysis from former U.K. Ambassador @dbroucher.
brexit  ukpolitics  eu 
may 2017 by nwlinks
Protecting Citizens' Rights in the Negotiations with the UK
Very important speech by Brexit negotiator @MichelBarnier. (Where is UK on this?)
eu  brexit  ukpolitics 
may 2017 by nwlinks
Implementing Brexit: Immigration
@instituteforgov: "A new immigration system will not be ready by the time we formally leave the EU."
brexit  ukpolitics  eu  migration 
may 2017 by nwlinks
How Ireland achieved a crucial Brexit coup
This is a good summary. Also, how to negotiate well.
eu  brexit  ireland 
april 2017 by nwlinks
Can Global Britain Defy Gravity?
Probably not.

"Perhaps the boost to productivity from being able to use incandescent light bulbs while vacuuming with high-powered hoovers will be significant, but the above suggests new free trade agreements alone can’t do it."
ukpolitics  brexit  eu  economics 
april 2017 by nwlinks
What the EU27 wants from Brexit
There's a lot of Brexit stuff floating round but this is very useful.
eu  brexit 
march 2017 by nwlinks
Brexit reinforces Britain's imperial amnesia
Great @gideonrachman piece (if you can get past paywall).
brexit  ukpolitics  eu 
march 2017 by nwlinks
How to manage Brexit
More sense from @AndrewDuffEU.
brexit  ukpolitics  eu 
march 2017 by nwlinks
An Assessment of the Economic Impact of Brexit on the EU27 | Centre for European Policy Studies
For the EU 27, the losses were found to be virtually insignificant, and hardly noticeable in the aggregate. For the UK, however, the losses could be highly significant, with various estimates running up to ten times greater as a share of GDP. Impacts on some member states – in particular Ireland – and some sectors in the EU27 could be more pronounced than the average for the EU27.
eu  brexit  ukpolitics 
march 2017 by nwlinks
The Empire Strikes Back – really?
@shada_islam deconstructs Britain's Commonwealth rhetoric.
ukpolitics  brexit  eu 
march 2017 by nwlinks
Trump and Brexit: why it’s again NOT the economy, stupid
‘Is it more important for a child to be considerate or well-mannered?’
ukpolitics  Uspolitics  brexit 
march 2017 by nwlinks
Theresa May’s Brexit poker face
What happened re the U.K. in Brussels yesterday.
eu  ukpolitics  brexit 
march 2017 by nwlinks
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