The totality of UK-Irish relations is at risk because of Brexit

The European Union was a crucial element of the totality of UK-Irish relationships that would allow…

The role of the European Parliament in managing Brexit

What influence did the European Parliament have in the Brexit negotiations? How did Brexit affect the…

Scotland’s route to EU membership

In this post, Darryn Nyatanga analyses the possibilities and the difficulties involved with EU accession for an independent…

UK financial services should shift their focus away from equivalence

The UK should move forward from financial services equivalence with the EU, writes Apostolos Thomadakis (CEPS).…

Global Britain: Lesser Britain?

Will Global Britain end up being Lesser Britain, asks Michael Cox (LSE)? In this blog, he…

The Brexit vaccine war is a failure of empathy

The UK-EU vaccine war is a failure of empathy, writes Tony Hockley (LSE). He argues that…

Who meets the EU’s Chief Negotiator?

In this blog, David Coen (UCL) and Alexander Katsaitis (LSE) shed light on the interest groups meeting with the…

Is Brexit the end of the first of two unions?

The case for Brexit largely rested on the assumption that the United Kingdom is a unitary…

Business has been a bystander to Brexit

In 2016, while pro-Brexit voices characterised the vote as a stand-off between ordinary people and the…

Forging a new relationship in the crucible of Northern Ireland: why the UK needs the EU to trust it

We are in for a long, bumpy, and, potentially, dangerous ride as the UK and EU…