One of the most – if not the most – complex issues of Britain’s decision to leave the EU is the situation in Northern Ireland, which was thought to be settled when the Withdrawal Agreement was signed last year, but has since become a political issue again with the publication of the UK’s Internal Market Bill. This article explains why the situation is so complex and explores options for coming to a solution.
A major hurdle of achieving an EFTA outcome from Brexit is that the accession process takes time. A new policy paper points at a solution to this and other issues around the EU-UK trade talks
In a statement issued on 30 September 2020, the surviving original members of the EFTA4UK campaign (Hugo van Randwyck sadly died in January 2020) said: EFTA4UK was formed to raise the profile of and provide information about the European Free… Read More »A Statement on EFTA4UK Legacy
Now is the time to argue for a pivot to a more pragmatic, conciliatory and constructive approach to Brexit. A step towards that would be joining the European Free Trade Association.
Our Director of Communications, Ben Kelly @TheScepticIsle, has written in The Daily Telegraph about the need for the United Kingdom to secure a future relationship with our European neighbours that prioritises trade, prosperity and freedom