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LSE Brexit 2h
LSE EVENT: Brexit: third time lucky? 31 Jan, 6.30pm. With & Ivan Rogers
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LabourLordsUK 6h
BREAKING: Govt defeat, as Peers vote 270-229 (maj 41) for cross-party amendt (Oates LD, LAB, Kerslake XB, Warner XB) to implement declaratory registration system ensuring receive physical document to prove UK right of residence
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‘Oddly, the budgetary dimension of UK-EU relations has faded from view. It was once a different story, and thereby hang a few tales.’ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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LSE Brexit 13h
‘Future UK payments to Brussels may be politically touchy, but demonstrably in the national interest. Is this a case where the large Tory majority should allow the government to avoid grandstanding in favour of rational decisions?’ ⁦
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LSE Brexit 14h
It’s still the money, stupid: Britain continues to pay into the EU budget
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LSE Brexit 15h
Getting Brexit done? We are still a long way off the certainty that business craves
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David Phinnemore Jan 19
"UK’s pledge to diverge from EU rules... has provoked alarm in Brussels, with officials warning of an economically damaging split at the end of this year. European diplomats and trade experts spent the weekend trying to make sense of [Javid's] comments"
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LSE Brexit Jan 17
What kind of Brexit can we expect in 2020? -
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LSE Brexit Jan 19
Polish workers reveal poor conditions of Blue Brexit passports factory via
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LSE Brexit Jan 18
Brexit: Price rises warning after chancellor vows EU rules divergence
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LSE Brexit Jan 17
The clear seat majority delivered by the election should also not detract from the complex balance of vote share between largely incompatible support groups.
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LSE Brexit Jan 17
“Global Britain” in a cold climate: Michael Cox and Tim Oliver on Brexit in 2020
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LSE Brexit Jan 17
“Brexit is inherently anticlimactic.”
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LSE Brexit Jan 17
What kind of Brexit can we expect in 2020? -
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LSE Brexit Jan 17
Brexit: There will be no automatic deportation for EU citizens - No 10
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LSE Brexit Jan 17
'This is why climate change is perhaps the most important reason to avoid a hard Brexit.' Nicholas Barr
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LSE Brexit Jan 17
“Global Britain” in a cold climate: Michael Cox and Tim Oliver on Brexit in 2020
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LSE Brexit Jan 17
‘Get Brexit done’: Johnson’s election win won’t allow the EU to move on from Brexit
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LSE Brexit Jan 17
Dominic Cummings has ‘done’ Brexit. Now he plans to reinvent politics via
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LSE Brexit Jan 17
The clear seat majority delivered by the election should also not detract from the complex balance of vote share between largely incompatible support groups.
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