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Open Europe's Dominic Walsh summarises this week's developments in Brexit, trade, and EU affairs.The post Weekly Briefing: Withdrawal Agreement Bill passed as attention turns to trade deals appeared first on Open Europe.
Open Europe's David Shiels looks at the return of devolution in Northern Ireland and considers the role of the restored Executive in the next phase of the Brexit negotiations.The post Weekly Briefing: Devolution restored in Northern Ireland as the British and Irish Governments prepare for the next phase of Brexit appeared first on Open Europe.
Open Europe's Anthony Egan takes a look at what has been said on the structure of UK-EU future relationship talks after Johnson and von der Leyen's meet for the first time since the UK election result.The post Weekly Briefing: Attention turns to the structure of next phase Brexit talks appeared first on Open Europe.
20 December 2019 The Withdrawal Agreement Bill today passed the House of Commons at Second Reading (a debate and vote on the general principles of the Bill) by 358 votes to 234 – a majority of 124. The remaining stages of the Bill are expected to have a smooth passage through Parliament next month. That […]
Appearing on BBC News, Open Europe's Dominic Walsh discusses Prime Minister Boris Johnson's decision to rule out extending the transition period, alongside the Daily Telegraph's Dia Chakravarty.The post What does Johnson’s promise not to extend the transition period signify? appeared first on Open Europe.
Open Europe's Dominic Walsh and Stephen Booth consider what today's election outcome means for Brexit.The post What does the Conservative election victory mean for Brexit? appeared first on Open Europe.
Open Europe's Anthony Egan takes a look at what both major parties have said about immigration and the questions that remain.The post Weekly Briefing: Post-Brexit immigration policy remains an open question appeared first on Open Europe.
Open Europe’s Anthony Egan explains how free trade agreements constrain the immigration policies of contracting countries, the unilateral measures governments have at their disposal, and the implications of this for the next UK Government.The post How do trade agreements affect immigration policy? appeared first on Open Europe.
As the general election campaign enters its final two weeks, Open Europe's Dominic Walsh examines the commitments on trade deals in the parties' manifestos.The post Weekly Briefing: Spotlight on trade deals as manifestos published appeared first on Open Europe.
Most of the main UK political parties have now published their manifestos for the general election on 12 December. Open Europe’s Dominic Walsh examines each party’s Brexit policies and the key issues and questions that arise from them.The post What do the parties’ election manifestos say about Brexit? appeared first on Open Europe.