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by Denis MacShane, former Minister for Europe of the UK

May Goes to Brussels As She and Corbyn Change Line to Support Staying in EU

So now we know that the main party leaders in Britain would vote to stay in the EU if there was a second referendum – hence the growing attacks on the government from those in the Brexit camp, writes Denis MacShane. As UK Prime Minister, Theresa May, cancels her...
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Labour’s Refusal to Discuss Brexit at Conference Shows Leadership Incoherence on Europe

The decision by Labour Party fixers to refuse to allow a motion on Brexit in its discussion on Europe shows an incoherence and confusion on how to handle the dominant issue in British politics. By contrast Theresa May’s Florence speech to a small room packed with...
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Can Macron’s labour reforms make France a leader in Europe?

A reformed, nimble economy could allow France to capitalise on Brexit—and cement a position at the top table in Europe Four months after Emmanuel Macron became President of France, the French—and the rest of Europe—still don’t know what they are getting. Would-be...
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There are many Brexits, not one

An Interview by Martin Banks of the Parliament magazine with Denis MacShane What is the main reason for writing this book? In January 2015 I wrote a book, 'Brexit: How Britain will leave Europe'. It predicted the outcome of the referendum which David Cameron, then the...
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Labour’s reversal catches May cold

The politics of Brexit in Britain has just become interesting. In the first 14 months after British voters voted narrowly in a referendum to leave the European Union the ruling Conservative Party and the main opposition Labour party have been on the same page. Jeremy...
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