Why be afraid of No Deal?

Why be afraid of No Deal?

Related Content The risks can be managed and we still have some good bargaining chips When the EU Withdrawal Agreement comes before Parliament in a few weeks, MPs will be asked to accept the deal on offer – or to risk ‘no deal’. The latter has been almost universally...
The Brexit White Paper – room for improvement

The Brexit White Paper – room for improvement

The Government’s White Paper on The future relationship between the United Kingdom and the European Union (Cm (9593) is complex – and Parliament has set about cleaning it up. Many dimensions of the relationship set out within it remain unclear even if the EU were to...
What Does Chequers Mean for Northern Ireland?

What Does Chequers Mean for Northern Ireland?

It has been an enduring mystery since last December’s Joint Progress Report why the UK Government conceded so much on the Irish land border. The concessions effectively forced the Government to propose at Chequers that the UK would be bound by EU regulations on...