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by Denis MacShane

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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Our Government has absolutely no idea how many EU citizens live in the UK – but it’s a different story for British expats

The Migration Observatory reckons it will take 140 years to process the up to 3.5 million EU citizens here who may seek permanent residence The Independent, 3 March 2017 by Denis MacShane Government spin doctors are busy planting stories that the nice caring Prime...
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Why May’s Brexit Team Should Talk to Christopher Booker

by Denis MacShane It is axiomatic in the Brexit debate that those worried about amputating the UK from Europe have very little traction with devout Brexit believers. But again and again on Sunday morning arises a voice from the very heartland of anti-European...
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Marine Le Pen is not the Donald Trump of France – if anything, she has more in common with Hillary Clinton

She is no longer the new kid on the presidential block. That title belongs to Emmanuel Macron. Either he, or a new candidate for the centre-right to replace Fillon, will go into the second round with Marine and then win the presidency by Denis MacShane It was an...
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Theresa May Can’t Count On Donald Trump to Save Britain

Fortune, 31 January 2017 http://fortune.com/2017/01/31/theresa-may-donald-trump-brexit/ By Denis MacShane Prime Minister Theresa May and US President Donald Trump met in Washington recently, proclaiming they would trade “more than ever” once Britain had left the...
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