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Budging beyond Brexit

By Roger Liddle / 12 January, 2021

For half a century I have campaigned for a united Europe with Britain playing a full role. The Trade and Cooperation Agreement (TCA) that was approved by the British Parliament on 30 December heralded, for me, a very bad and very very painful day. The TCA finalises Britain’s divorce from […]

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From Enragement to Enlargement

By László Andor / 13 March, 2020

The failure to move Albania and North-Macedonia into EU accession candidate is more complex than just blaming the reluctant group of wealthy member states.

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The Impact of the Irish ‘Non-Brexit’ Election

By Kevin Cunningham / 13 February, 2020

While Brexit was a non-issue in the Irish general election, considerable challenges emerge from it.

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Ireland: Clash between the official narrative of the economy and the lived reality of people’s lives

By Ivana Bacik / 12 February, 2020

Fine Gael had been telling the public for several years now that the economy was improving – and yet people were clearly not feeling that.

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The Brexit (and more) election

By Richard Corbett / 15 November, 2019

if the Conservatives secure a majority of seats in the Commons, then Brexit will happen next year. If they don’t, then there will be a new referendum. But anything can happen.

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Progressive Pod on the new way of doing politics at EU level

By Olaf Bruns / 10 July, 2019

A podcast interview with the historian Luuk van de Middelaar on the technocratic approach at EU level which is no longer credible.

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Brexit: Are UK politicians listening to younger people?

By Caroline Macfarland / 18 June, 2018

The UK referendum on the EU in 2016, has resulted in much discussion about a divided nation especially with younger people.

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Alternatives scenarios for Europe to address Brexit shock

By Agnes Jongerius / 2 March, 2018

We have to ask ourselves the question: what do European citizens actually expect from our Union?

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Analysing UK-EU trade relations in the context of Brexit

By Sandra Parthie / 5 February, 2018

There has been an idea doing the rounds in the UK (which is now on its last legs) that German industry will ensure, via Chancellor Angela Merkel’s clout in EU decision making, favourable Brexit conditions for the UK. But this argument doesn’t hold water partly because it is not unclear […]

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Brexit: EU and UK citizens’ rights

By Jonathan Portes / 8 December, 2017

The British government has come up with proposals to safeguard the rights of UK citizens in EU countries and of EU citizens in the UK after Brexit.

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