The EU – the transformative effect

In just three paragraphs of the recent House of Lords report on Brexit ( paragraphs 170, 171 and 172 ), in which successive  Irish Prime Ministers  gave witness to the transformation of their relations  with their UK counterparts  as a result of their common EU membership, their Lordships concluded that this joint membership had indeed  […]

A year ago

“A year ago I gave 30 talks and debates in and around Greater London on the case for remaining in the European Union. Unlike all of Leave’s promises, almost all our predictions have come true. This was not Project Fear – we warned about Project Reality”. – Nick Hopkinson, Chair of London4Europe The case for […]

UK labour market and its attractiveness for EU skilled workers

The Government recognises the contribution of high skilled workers and professionals from EU, so it maintains that post-Brexit UK will continue to attract European talent as an important asset for the economy. If we assume that this is an honest goal, we should understand where that attractiveness lies from European professionals’ point of view. The […]

November 2018

Let’s be strategic and think forward to November 2018. MPs and peers have to ask themselves not only “what do the public want now?” but also “what will the public want then?” Where will Brexit be in November 2018? 20 months on from the Article 50 notification, we should assume that the key terms of […]