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by Denis MacShane, former Minister for Europe of the UK

May Cannot Lose But Wins Nothing on 8th June

Historians of British election know what the one on 8th June 2017 will be called.  It is a “coupon” election such as was called in 1918 by the war-winning government coalition which issued endorsement letters or “coupons” to candidates who backed its continuation in...
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Brexit: the Irish will suffer

Division, disruption and demons past There is cold fury in Dublin at being ignored by the UK government in London. Brexit’s victory for English nationalism has now unleashed Scottish and Sinn Féin Irish nationalisms and a palpable sense of clocks going backwards can...
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The real implications of Brexit will be found in the exit deal’s silences

As Sherlock Holmes liked to point out, it is the dogs that do not bark that often give the best clues as to what is really going on.   After visits to six EU capitals and meetings at the highest level in Brussels with those responsible for negotiating the Article...
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The Small Print of the EU Negotiating Mandate Is Nightmare for Whitehall

How we laughed at Eurocrats and the boring dull Eurospeak of their documents. But now no written-in-Brussels document will be as construed, parsed, interpreted and re-interpreted with such care as the one setting out the rules for Britain’s departure from Europe....
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The Dutch result signals the end of Brexit-supporting populism in Europe – but it’s also a warning to Labour in Britain

Dutch centre-left party shares the same name as Labour and slumped from 33 to 9 seats. Its leader tried to turn his fire on European workers in the Netherlands much as many Labour MPs have produced plans to limit Europeans working in the UK – and it failed...
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