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Brexit negotiations: Turning points and concessions

This Blog post was originally published on The UK in a Changing Europe website on 28th June 2017. The concessions from the UK side on the sequencing of the talks on the opening of negotiations on 19 June was hardly surprising given the developments relating to the UK election on June 8. Conducted in an […]






What would Brexit mean for the automotive industry?

The silence was stunning. At a recent meeting of the Automotive Fellowship International, Steve Nash, the CEO of the IMI, was chairing a debate on the future of the franchise system in Western Europe and asked: “What do you think the implications of Brexit would be for the retail automotive sector in the UK?” The […]






Hope, fear and the spaghetti bowl: Challenging some Brexit delusions

Hope, fear and the spaghetti  bowl: Challenging some Brexit delusions One of the rich ironies of the Brexit debate is that, for decades, the Eurosceptic elements of the British press have run continual scares about loss of national sovereignty and, more recently, about the supposed damages from large-scale immigration. However, now the referendum campaign is […]