It’s often helpful to try and tackle familiar problems from unfamiliar angles: it makes you think again about what’s what and maybe it opens up some new ideas. And so I present my t-shirt.Thanks for reading A Diet of Brussels: EU-UK relations post-Brexit! Subscribe for free to…
Last week, Anton Spisak at the Tony Blair Institute produced an excellent paper on how the UK-EU relationship might be fixed. I heartily recommend it to…
Ep 276: The new phase of BrexitListen now (28 min) | Podcasts from A Diet of Brussels, talking about the issues around the UK's withdrawal from the EU, and Brexit. Season 3 (starting…
One good reason for doing this regular tracking report is that is means we (i.e. I) can abreast of what is an ever-changing landscape of interactions…
Ep 275: Season 3 trailerJetzt anhören (3 min) | Podcasts from A Diet of Brussels, talking about the issues around the UK's withdrawal from the EU, and Brexit. Season 3…
This is A Diet of Brussels: EU-UK relations post-Brexit, a newsletter about Because Brexit isn't done, work on how might Britain and the EU get along.
As Rishi Sunak nears the end of his first month in the job as Prime Minister, we might once again consider how much he might engage with, and progress…
Another month, another Prime Minister. The ructions in Westminster might well have launched a thousand memes about lettuce, but have also clearly put…
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