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European Council on Foreign Relations: the only pan-European think-tank. Combining establishment credibility with intellectual insurgency.
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The “Little England” stereotype, which has been used to characterise voters, is incorrect. ECFR’s polling finds UK voters are largely outward-looking, supportive of international co-operation and at ease with globalisation.
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ECFR’s polling finds that , under , has already won back a substantial number of its former voters who abandoned the party in 2019. Large numbers of those defined as ‘Red Wall defectors’ are also peeling away from governing Conservatives.
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In 🇬🇧 there is overwhelming support for significantly increasing wages for nurses and care workers. Backing for raising the wages of other key workers, such a supermarket workers and refuse collectors, is almost equally overwhelming.
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Opinion of the ’s historic ally, the 🇺🇸, has worsened significantly. Two thirds of respondents to ECFR’s polling said that their view of the 🇺🇸 has “worsened”, with large majorities across both Labour and Conservative voters.
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In the 🇬🇧 public opinion of the Government has worsened during – even among Conservative voters. The pandemic has shifted perceptions across the political spectrum. 54 per cent of all respondents say their opinion of the UK government has worsened.
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ECFR’s polling shows that when voters are presented with several options about who is most to blame for the loss of British lives in the pandemic, a plurality of voters hold the 🇬🇧 Government responsible.
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According to a new report by voters are more likely to judge the government on their competence in response to the pandemic than on their attitude towards
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In there is now a new opposition; a mass civic movement. Helping it to survive should be the main task over the coming months. It will face unprecedented physical, legal, economic, and media harassment, writes Andrew Wilson.
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The EU needs to develop a new policy that goes beyond the old binary choice of support for the marginalised, pro-EU opposition and the tentative dialogue with the regime that it tried after 2016, argues Andrew Wilson.
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As European foreign ministers meet to discuss the situation in the Eastern Med, read our recent report unpacking interlinking rivalries and assessing how the should respond to intensifying tensions.➡️
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A new mass civic movement has emerged in – the EU should put supporting it at the heart of its new policy towards the country, writes Andrew Wilson.
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The hard fact is that, far from enabling stronger control of borders, is now putting in a position of dependency on the ‘kindness of strangers’, writes Nick Witney.
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ECFR 21h
It should not surprise the British government if it finds it has not created any great store of goodwill among neighbours in terms of readiness to share the asylum burden, writes senior policy fellow Nick Witney.
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ECFR 22h
The wants to of its borders – but is now finding out the reality of what this means, writes our senior policy fellow Nick Witney.
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ECFR 23h
The have long been ambivalent Europeans, talking about the as a market, often resisting further integration. This tendency has been reinforced by .
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ECFR Aug 11
The crisis has shown the public a reality that European leaders have glimpsed for years: Europe is, ultimately, alone and vulnerable.
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ECFR Aug 11
Our survey shows that, after the onset of the crisis, there has been a rise in public support for unified action to tackle global threats.
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ECFR Aug 11
The year 2020 will be remembered as the year of the , but also as the year when our world restarted on a new course, and there is no turning back, writes CEO of
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ECFR Aug 10
and rising - tensions have made Europe’s digital a matter of existential importance. Read our new essay collection on how the can develop tech resilience and independence
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ECFR Aug 10
Asked which policy project will be the highest priority for their country’s government in the next five years, German respondents of our Coalition Explorer survey rank common European defence structures in 14th place out of 20 areas. has more.
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