Wednesday, 21 February , 2018

Brexit

Trump, Syriza & Brexit prove voting is only small part of...

By Neil Clark 1 Oct, 2017 If voting changed anything, they’d abolish it. That might sound a bit glib but consider these recent events. In January 2015,...

Farage calls for second Brexit referendum

By Stuart William Oates "What is for certain that the Cleggs, the Blairs, the Adonises will never give up ... I'm reaching the point...

Former MI6 head Sir Richard Dearlove on Brexit, Trump and terrorism

In his first ever UK broadcast interview, former MI6 head Sir Richard Dearlove speaks to Newsnight’s Evan Davis about Brexit, President Trump, and the...

The “Asian dimension” to Brexit: the danger of a “race to...

By Charles Woolfson One of Britain’s most celebrated entrepreneurs and an avid supporter of Brexit in the business community, the inventor Sir James Dyson, has...

Yanis Varoufakis on China

Greece’s former finance minister, Yanis Varoufakis, discusses China’s growing role in Southern Europe and EU politics with Anatole Kaletsky, Co-Chairman of Gavekal Draganomics, David...

The “Non-Citizens” of the Baltic States: Α European Scandal nobody speaks...

Different exits – Different approaches By Tatjana Zdanoka, Strasbourg, 4 October 2017 The negotiations on Brexit are attracting a lot of attention. In particular, the possible erosion...

Brexit And The Status Quo Ex-Ante

by John Weeks Where we are At the end of August Britain’s Labour Party formally announced its policy towards future relations with the European Union....

Schaeuble Says U.K. Welcome Back If Brexit Was Overturned

By Matthew Miller,Birgit Jennen and Rainer Buergin German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble said that the U.K. would be welcomed back to the European Union if...

Forget 52%. The rise of the “Re-Leavers” mean the pro-Brexit electorate...

While the EU referendum result may have ended up 52/48, post-referendum politics have settled into something far less evenly balanced. The rise of the...

UK farmers call for more conciliatory stance at Brexit talks

By Nigel Hunt Britain's government must change its strategy at Brexit talks following last week's inconclusive general election result, taking a more conciliatory approach, Meurig...