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by Denis MacShane, former Minister for Europe of the UK

Will “Oh, Jeremy Corbyn” become “Oh dear, Jeremy Corbyn?”

Theresa May is on the ropes over Brexit. From her election disaster last June to the ridiculed reshuffle this week, the prime minister must feel as if Brexit is a curse which nothing will lift. On the old political maxim that the best time to kick an opponent is when...
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Haverá acordo comercial entre Mercosul e União Europeia?

"Não sou a favor de se apressar antes do final do ano a conclusão de negociações comerciais para as quais o mandato foi dado em 1999”.  
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2018: the year British politics has to wake up

Like Sleeping Beauty, British politics has been in a deep slumber since June 23rd, 2016. Will 2018 by the year the UK wakes up? The decision of 37% of the electorate to vote to leave Europe has cast a spell on UK democracy. What no one foresaw was the way Brexit would...
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The party which pledges a second referendum will take No 10

Like a giant, ugly toad, Brexit is set to squat on our political life for years to come. Theresa May’s handshake with Jean-Claude Juncker and her written agreement with the Irish prime minister Leo Veradkar allows 2018 to begin with a discussion of Britain’s future...
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Is a soft Brexit compatible with regaining sovereignty?

Those hoping to soften Brexit are desperately looking for other models around the world which Britain might be able to copy, as ministers seek a new trade agreement with the EU. Time is of short supply, as Article 50 negotiations end in October 2018 to allow the...
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