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    Boris Johnson has set himself red lines that reduce his Brexit options
    Sep05

    Boris Johnson has set himself red lines that reduce his Brexit options

    Boris Johnson has set himself red lines that reduce his Brexit optionsOpen Europe’s Anna Nadibaidze discusses prospects for a general election and a No Deal Brexit on ABC News on 3 September.The post Boris Johnson has set himself red lines that reduce his Brexit options appeared first on Open Europe. …read more Source:: Open...

    ‘The show has just begun’: European press reacts to Johnson’s parliamentary defeat
    Sep05

    ‘The show has just begun’: European press reacts to Johnson’s parliamentary defeat

    ‘The show has just begun’: European press reacts to Johnson’s parliamentary defeatOpen Europe’s Anna Nadibaidze reviews how papers across Europe portrayed Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s first major defeat in Parliament.The post ‘The show has just begun’: European press reacts to Johnson’s parliamentary defeat...

    MPs seeking a delay to the Brexit deadline are avoiding a final decision
    Sep05

    MPs seeking a delay to the Brexit deadline are avoiding a final decision

    MPs seeking a delay to the Brexit deadline are avoiding a final decisionAppearing on BBC World News on 3 September, Open Europe’s David Shiels assesses the next steps for Brexit and the possibility of a general election in the UK.The post MPs seeking a delay to the Brexit deadline are avoiding a final decision appeared first on Open Europe....

    Conservatives face challenges in a possible general election
    Sep05

    Conservatives face challenges in a possible general election

    Conservatives face challenges in a possible general electionAppearing on Al Jazeera English on 3 September, Open Europe’s Dominic Walsh discusses the prospects of another Brexit extension and a possible general election.The post Conservatives face challenges in a possible general election appeared first on Open Europe. …read more...

    Extending Article 50 does not automatically stop No Deal
    Sep05

    Extending Article 50 does not automatically stop No Deal

    Extending Article 50 does not automatically stop No DealMPs opposed to a No Deal Brexit will try to force the Prime Minister to seek an extension to the Article 50 process when Parliament returns from recess tomorrow. Open Europe’s Dominic Walsh argues that extending Article 50 merely delays No Deal, rather than taking it off the table.The...

    Jeremy Hunt says “extra time” may be necessary to deliver Brexit
    Feb01

    Jeremy Hunt says “extra time” may be necessary to deliver Brexit

    Jeremy Hunt says “extra time” may be necessary to deliver BrexitThe Foreign Secretary, Jeremy Hunt, yesterday raised the possibility that the UK’s departure from the European Union might be delayed by a short period for technical reasons. Speaking on Radio 4’s Today programme, Hunt said that if the Government “ended up approving...

    Prime Minister delays Brexit vote to seek further “reassurances” from the EU on the backstop
    Dec11

    Prime Minister delays Brexit vote to seek further “reassurances” from the EU on the backstop

    Prime Minister delays Brexit vote to seek further “reassurances” from the EU on the backstopPrime Minister Theresa May has delayed Parliament’s vote on the Brexit withdrawal deal in order to seek “reassurances” from the EU on the issue of the Irish backstop. The vote had been due to take place today. Speaking in the House of Commons...

    Government analysis: All Brexit scenarios lead to lower long-term UK growth compared to remaining in the EU
    Nov29

    Government analysis: All Brexit scenarios lead to lower long-term UK growth compared to remaining in the EU

    Government analysis: All Brexit scenarios lead to lower long-term UK growth compared to remaining in the EUThe Government’s analysis of the long-term economic impact of Brexit, published yesterday, found that all Brexit scenarios would reduce GDP growth compared to remaining in the EU. However, it also found that “the economy will continue...

    Labour’s shadow trade secretary rubbishes party’s six Brexit tests
    Apr11

    Labour’s shadow trade secretary rubbishes party’s six Brexit tests

    Labour’s shadow trade secretary rubbishes party’s six Brexit testsThe Guardian reports that Labour’s shadow international trade secretary, Barry Gardiner, has privately rubbished the Labour party’s six tests on Brexit. These tests were designed by Labour to hold the government to account in Brexit negotiations, and include...

    Theresa May: UK’s participation in Galileo satellite programme after Brexit is in the interests of the EU
    Mar27

    Theresa May: UK’s participation in Galileo satellite programme after Brexit is in the interests of the EU

    Theresa May: UK’s participation in Galileo satellite programme after Brexit is in the interests of the EUCommenting on reports that the EU is proposing excluding the UK from its Galileo satellite programme, Prime Minister Theresa May yesterday said at the House of Commons, “We have been very clear that as long as we are members of the EU we...