I’m standing for the Brexit Party to stop the EU overturning democracy as they did in my native Denmark

I am a European living in this country and I have just put myself forward as a candidate for the Brexit Party in the North West. I want to offer my experience of how the EU treats people who don’t agree with it. In June 2016, unlike most in this country, I felt that I … Read moreI’m standing for the Brexit Party to stop the EU overturning democracy as they did in my native Denmark

Both the Tories and Labour face an electoral backlash over their handling of Brexit

For the last 40-plus years the United Kingdom has been wrapped in a debate surrounding its relationship with the European Union. Then in 2016 the Great British Public finally had the opportunity to have their say – and they voted to Leave the EU. While this was a severe shock to the establishment – and … Read moreBoth the Tories and Labour face an electoral backlash over their handling of Brexit

Global Britain just became the world’s top investment destination (despite Brexit, of course)

Another week and another piece of good news in the real world – not the parallel, unproductive world of Westminster. Last week the UK was acclaimed as the global number one for investment – displacing the US, an economy nine times our size. But surely it can’t be true – the UK is leaving the … Read moreGlobal Britain just became the world’s top investment destination (despite Brexit, of course)

The time is ripe for a new partnership between the UK, Canada, Australia and New Zealand

In 1973 the Australian and New Zealand Government entered into the Trans-Tasman Travel Arrangement (TTTA), granting New Zealanders visa-free travel and residency in Australia, and vice-versa. In 1983 we entered into the Australia New Zealand Closer Economic Relations Trade Agreement (CER) – a pioneering model of bilateral free trade. Today there are dozens of agreements … Read moreThe time is ripe for a new partnership between the UK, Canada, Australia and New Zealand

Interview with Christian Lequesne: there will be no more Brexit extensions after Halloween

Christian Lequesne is a professor of European politics at the Paris Institute of Political Studies (Sciences Po) and one of the foremost French commentators on UK politics. He spoke to Roch Dunin-Wąsowicz, at the time of the second Article 50 extension granted to the UK, about the EU27’s negotiating objectives, Macron’s stance on Brexit, and France’s vision for … Read moreInterview with Christian Lequesne: there will be no more Brexit extensions after Halloween

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