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More generally, the British need to sort out their priorities and not have too many of them. Finally, the British should be polite. Because Article 50 puts them in a weak position, they cannot hope for a good deal without the goodwill of their partners.
Thumping the table and making threats — for example, to block EU defence integration or withhold budget payments — would erode the goodwill that Britain will depend on. Charles Grant on negotiating Brexit — priorities on both sides of the channel. Centre for European Reform. Future of the eurozone.
Estimated cost of Brexit so far: The cost of Brexit to September 27 January After the meaningful vote: What are Theresa May's options? Trump's Iran policy leaves the EU few options 11 December Can the euro rival the dollar? The two years prescribed by Article 50 will weaken the British hand in Brexit negotiations On recent visits to Berlin, Brussels, Paris and other EU capitals, I have been struck by the largely united approach of the 27 to the Brexit negotiations.
EU capitals' fear of populism means the British must be seen to pay a price for Brexit So the extraordinarily harsh reaction in most EU capitals to the recent and much-discussed Bruegel paper is not surprising.
Inflammatory comments or threats will erode the good will that UK will depend on in Brexit talks Having listened to continental viewpoints, I have a few suggestions on how the British government should handle the Brexit talks. Charles Grant is director of the Centre for European Reform.
There is abundant evidence that the EU market has the potential to be the world's deepest market for digital products and services by It is clear that the global behemoths [Google etc] understand this. It is equally clear that UK-based operations currently derive substantial advantage from ever-closer integration within the EU, and their markets [under 29] must remain EU-wide.
They need the German and other governments to dilute the barriers to freedom of movement for protected professions if they are to grow their businesses.
Their markets [under 29] also voted 'remain'. Why is the sector ignored? UK will have to get its imports from somewhere, so it is likely that a good portion of the 7. WTO tarriffs would make British exports more expensive, creating an opportunity for German industry to out-compete Britain in other EU markets. Permalink Submitted by Mike on 03 October , 1: So, it essentially comes down to spite.
Britain must be punished for daring to no longer wish to be ruled by that lush Junker. In truth though, this line of attack just accelerates their certain demise. Permalink Submitted by John Mangan on 03 October , 2: Man divorces faithful wife so he can pursue new girlfriends.
Despite this, he demands free and open access to the old marital home, a share in the joint bank account and a continuation of his conjugal rights with his ex-wife. Is outraged she can't see the sense of this. Permalink Submitted by Anthony Glees on 03 October , 2: HMG may regard this as a poker game and think it has more options than it actually does have. Most EU27 leaders must think that whatever may have prompted the Brexit vote, its effect is simply to give populist Tory Brexiteers not least our 'cavalier' Foreign Secretary -- I could think of other adjectives to describe him the whip hand?
The EU27 couldn't give them an inch. Added to this the demand given weight by Ms May just yesterday that the UK will never accept the rulings of the ECJ means not just that we can't continue to be part of the Single Market but that we can't even have access to it on the grounds that it is the ECJ that adjudicates on regulations and if the UK won't abide by them, then there can be no access.
The EU27 no longer owe the UK anything and have everything to lose from a compromise deal. Tory Brexiters, on the other hand, have everything to gain from there being no deal, including being able to blame the EU27 for the economic problems that even HMG now foresees as a consequence of Brexit. Permalink Submitted by James Rand on 03 October , 2: The problem with modest, sober and courteous is that it flies in the face of domestic politics. Brexiteers have overpromised and need to continue to assert that they'll be immodestly successful.
Worse, UKIP taught some Brexiteers that rhetorical flamboyance translates into political success at home. The next two years will be messy.
Permalink Submitted by Christine Constable on 04 May , Britain is at its best when its back is against the wall. The political pygmies in The EU from the failed socialist Barosso to the drunken Junker, to the spite filled Barnier and the fool Selmeyer, demonsteate that Germany learned nothing from two world wars, and continues with its lackie France to repeat the disasterous duvide and rule politics of the past.
The EU lacks the intellectual presence of mind to recognise it issigning its own death warrant in behaving like a spoilt child ti Britain. There has never been a more sincere and committed member of the EU than Britain, a gross contributor to the EU project for over 40 years, and after half a trillion pounds in helping to transform the EU all the UK receives is a kick in the teeth from 'so called' partners and friends.
In fact what we see is a miserable socialist economic nightmare rising in Europe. A clueless cabal of paper pushers and functionaries exposed for being incapable of running 28 complex economies, making a complete hash of the Euro, and far from eradicating nationalist priorities in the false 'communitaire' mantra, France and Germany have used their own national priorities to drive policy in Europe like a steamroller, insisting the UK pick up the tab enabling France to refuse structural reform and enabling Germany to create vassal states of those stupid eniugh to be enslaved in the Euro.
Sadly all the old mistakes of the last century are being repeated again. Euro denominated economies chained to Germany as underwriter will soon experience the horror of debt mutualisation and even worse for many every country in the Euro won't be having their budgets scrutinised by the European Parliament , rather Berlin will be doing the signung off.
The economic domination of Europe by Germany achieving what they failed to do in two world wars. Far from eliminating nationalism, the national interests of France and Germany dominate , soon the rest of Europe will wake up to that fact, by then many will be indebted to Germany and unable to object to German domination, a sad epitaph for europe.
Britain is right to turn its back on Europe andface the world, with th Anglosphere, the Commonwealth and her determination not to be enslaved by the German project Britain will make a success of escaping the dead hand of the EU, it will be tough granted, but Europe will understand in time what the UK dud with Brexit was a necessary step change to avoid the loss of the British State one of the few nations able to challange authoritarianism and remain beacon of freedom and justice.
The UK will survive and every spiteful childish attack by the EU on Britain will expose the EU as a dangerous malign and deeply unpleasant body politik manipulated by Germany and its apologist France. We are best out of this vipers nest to develop a new global role, as change in the EU is not possible so it must crumble under the weight of its own incompetence. Permalink Submitted by Tony Marshall on 01 September , What a brilliant commentary of the current situation.
What I don't understand is why so many politicians across the EU and in the UK haven't twigged it yet, or maybe they have their own noses so deeply in the "trough" that they simply don't care. The EU demands that the UK pays them a "divorce" settlement, apart from the fact that this is of dubious legality anyway, they refuse even to attempt to quantify, or qualify, their demands - how can we be surprised by this since they cannot even get their own accounts signed off as " a true and fair reflection of their financial dealings".
There are less than 50 days to go until Brexit officially happens, and the United Kingdom still hasn't approved a final divorce deal with the European Union. An anti-Brexit protester holds a banner as he talks to the media outside the European Commission's headquarters in Brussels on Feb.
Britain and Switzerland will sign an agreement on Monday to continue trading on preferential terms after Brexit, the British trade department said, protecting a New data for 's fourth quarter shows the British economy growing at its slowest pace since , bringing the broad impact of a no-deal split from the Parliament, pundits, and the public cannot agree on how Brexit, as it is known, should be achieved.
Cabinet minister Liz Truss today refused to rule out quitting if Theresa May backs a permanent customs union to get a Brexit deal through Parliament.
The British government has agreed to allow citizens of Theresa May is seeking to buy time to renegotiate her Brexit agreement with the European Union, as her opponents in Parliament plot to take control to stop the Foreign criminals will be able to abscond from justice in the event of a no-deal Brexit because the UK will lose access to EU crime-fighting powers, the police Housing and Communities Secretary James Brokenshire says there has to be a "seamless border" in Ireland.
Met chief Richard Martin said police will be powerless to arrest fugitives wanted overseas if existing EU agreements that helped grab Jamie Acourt in Spain Boris Johnson has again spoken out on Theresa May's Brexit plan, indicating he could support the deal he has long campaigned against if the Prime Minister is The findings, which suggest car workers would be most at risk pictured, the Volkswagen factory in Wolfsburg , give voice to Brexiteer hopes that EU leaders will With Brexit just 47 days away, the British government asked lawmakers on Sunday to give Prime Minister Theresa May more time to rework her divorce deal with Britain has signed a trade continuity agreement with Switzerland to avoid disruption for thousands of businesses post-Brexit, less than 50 days before the UK is Theresa May's brinkmanship is getting more dramatic, and it's terrifying business.
Brexit is set to make the UK a safer place for criminals, the police chief in charge of preparations has warned. Deputy assistant commissioner Richard Martin said GERMANY'S famous car-makers will suffer massive losses under a no deal Brexit and more than jobs will be at risk, with the country's lucrative motor As the United Kingdom prepares to leave the European Union on 29 March, there is still no acceptable withdrawal agreement.
Although the prime minister, Readers respond to Jonathan Freedland's call for a positive message to make the case against Britain leaving the EU and other articles on Brexit.
A fortnight ago parliament unequivocally told the government that it should return to Brussels and reopen negotiations over the manner in which Britain is to The UK is working to come up with a trade agreement with the European Union ahead of a mandated withdrawal in March.
In the event that there is no Britain will be locked out of the European Arrest Warrant and intelligence-sharing databases if the country leaves the EU on March 29 without a deal.
Hungary's foreign minister told Breitbart the EU is to blame for Brexit, admitting it will deal a huge blow to the EU's economy and security. Prime Minister Theresa May will this week ask Parliament to give her more time to renegotiate her Brexit deal. Well, it was cross party consensus that got Britain into the EU.
The British parliament is set to hold a debate on Brexit on Feb. British Prime Minister Theresa May has rejected the idea of targeting a customs union with the European Union, pouring cold water on hopes from some that she In early November , former British PM Tony Blair called for a second referendum on Brexit, urging the country's parliament to turn down any divorce If there has been one certainty over the last few months of Brexit wrangling it is that the Prime Minister will play for time.
With it becoming clear at the end of last Labour's Brexit vote brigadeAn amendment, to be tabled by the Labour front bench and pushed by the shadow Brexit secretary Sir Keir Starmer may struggle if it Theresa May plans to clinch withdrawal deal in final days before 29 March exit date.
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