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  • Welsh independence: thousands march through Wrexham | BBC News
    on July 3, 2022 by BrexitCarnage

    “Councillor Carrie Harper, one of the organisers of the event, said people were ‘more interested in the constitutional conversation…especially with… The post Welsh independence: thousands march through Wrexham | BBC News appeared first on Brexit Carnage.

  • Germany, Ireland Decry UK Government for Tearing Up Brexit Deal | Bloomberg
    on July 3, 2022 by BrexitCarnage

    “Unfortunately, the British government chose not to engage in good faith with these proposals,” Baerbock and Coveney wrote. “Instead of… The post Germany, Ireland Decry UK Government for Tearing Up Brexit Deal | Bloomberg appeared first on Brexit Carnage.

  • Labour shortfall leading to ‘catastrophic’ food waste, UK farmers warn | FT
    on July 3, 2022 by BrexitCarnage

    “The number of people from the EU that farms have been able to recruit, previously the main source of labour, is… The post Labour shortfall leading to ‘catastrophic’ food waste, UK farmers warn | FT appeared first on Brexit Carnage.

  • Scrap the Northern Ireland Protocol Bill – don’t risk a trade war with the EU | Politics Home
    on July 3, 2022 by BrexitCarnage

    “Brexiters have denied the role the EU played in the peace process.” https://www.politicshome.com/thehouse/article/northern-ireland-protocol-bill-eu-uk-trade-war-scotland The post Scrap the Northern Ireland Protocol Bill – don’t risk a trade war with the EU | Politics Home appeared first on Brexit Carnage.

  • More than 100 bus routes in England face cuts and cancellations | The Observer
    on July 3, 2022 by BrexitCarnage

    @@start “Rising costs are an issue, while cuts in Kent are also related to a shortage of drivers.” https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2022/jul/02/more-than-100-bus-routes-in-england-face-cuts-and-cancellations The post More than 100 bus routes in England face cuts and cancellations | The Observer appeared first on Brexit Carnage.

  • Dashboard of decline: seven charts that explain Britain’s economic crisis | The Guardian
    on July 3, 2022 by BrexitCarnage

    “Unique to the British experience is Brexit, which has imposed extra costs and restrictions on exporters to the EU and… The post Dashboard of decline: seven charts that explain Britain’s economic crisis | The Guardian appeared first on Brexit Carnage.

  • Germany and Ireland denounce Johnson’s bid to ditch Northern Ireland protocol | The Observer
    on July 3, 2022 by BrexitCarnage

    “Rare joint declaration indicates hardening of EU position on plans that more than 70 Tory MPs failed to vote for.”… The post Germany and Ireland denounce Johnson’s bid to ditch Northern Ireland protocol | The Observer appeared first on Brexit Carnage.

  • UK cucumber and pepper crops face energy and labour crunch | Financial Times
    on July 3, 2022 by BrexitCarnage

    “Labour shortages in harvesting have worsened since Brexit ended free movement from Europe.” https://www.ft.com/content/f2d7494d-429e-49e1-aa37-97dc9eb1ecbc The post UK cucumber and pepper crops face energy and labour crunch | Financial Times appeared first on Brexit Carnage.

  • UK to pay €10.9 billion Brexit bill to EU this year | RTE
    on July 2, 2022 by BrexitCarnage

    “That will mean an estimated outstanding bill of €30.9 billion on 1 January 2023.” https://www.rte.ie/news/world/2022/0701/1307981-brexit-bill/ UK to pay €10.9 billion… The post UK to pay €10.9 billion Brexit bill to EU this year | RTE appeared first on Brexit Carnage.

  • Ryanair boss says travellers face years of flight chaos | The Guardian
    on July 2, 2022 by BrexitCarnage

    “This is without doubt one of the inevitable consequences of the disaster that has been Brexit,” O’Leary said. “Withdrawing from… The post Ryanair boss says travellers face years of flight chaos | The Guardian appeared first on Brexit Carnage.

  • VIDEO: Will the EU go nuclear?
    on June 27, 2022 by John Stevens

    In this new Federal Trust video, John Stevens explores an aspect of the war in Ukraine which has so far received relatively little attention: nuclear weapons. It is clear that a key reason Putin has risked this invasion is the fact that Russia, for all its other weaknesses, remains a nuclear weapons power. Equally, had [...] The post VIDEO: Will the EU go nuclear? appeared first on The Federal Trust.

  • VIDEO: Brexit undermines the rule of law in the UK
    on June 17, 2022 by Brendan Donnelly

    In this Federal Trust video, our Director Brendan Donnelly discusses the British government's attempt to rewrite the Northern Ireland Protocol; its attempt to deport asylum-seekers to Rwanda; and the resignation of the government's ethics adviser Lord Geidt. He argues that all three episodes show a government indifferent to the rule of law and due process. [...] The post VIDEO: Brexit undermines the rule of law in the UK appeared first on The Federal Trust.

  • Brexit can be undone. And so it should be.
    on June 15, 2022 by Prof Andrew Blick

    This article forms part of the Trust's new project Brexit Can Be Undone, for which we are currently fundraising. Please click here to support this project. “There is no case for rejoining.  What I want to see now is not just Brexit done in the sense that we’re technically out of the EU, I want to [...] The post Brexit can be undone. And so it should be. appeared first on The Federal Trust.

  • VIDEO: Are Boris Johnson & Brexit Finished?
    on June 10, 2022 by Brendan Donnelly

    In this video, our Chairman Johns Stevens and Director  Brendan Donnelly discuss Boris Johnson’s chances of survival as Prime Minister. They also consider the implications of his current  weakened position for Brexit and in particular for the Northern Ireland Protocol. WATCH THE VIDEO HERE or in the player below:     SPEAKERS: John Stevens is [...] The post VIDEO: Are Boris Johnson & Brexit Finished? appeared first on The Federal Trust.

  • Brexit Can Be Undone
    on June 1, 2022 by Federal Trust

    The damaging consequences of Brexit become clearer every day. The longer Brexit continues, the more damage it will do. In response, the Federal Trust is launching a new project entitled "Brexit Can Be Undone", looking at ways of rejoining the EU. We are currently fundraising for this study. Please follow this link to support our [...] The post Brexit Can Be Undone appeared first on The Federal Trust.

  • VIDEO: Post-Brexit Britain and the Ukraine War
    on May 31, 2022 by Federal Trust

    In this Federal Trust video, the Trust’s Director Brendan Donnelly discusses with Professor Richard Rose the impact of the war in Ukraine on the UK’s geopolitical standing. They conclude that the current British government will not be able to manage effectively the geopolitical challenges posed to post-Brexit Britain by the war in Ukraine. WATCH THE [...] The post VIDEO: Post-Brexit Britain and the Ukraine War appeared first on The Federal Trust.

  • A Design for Modern Britain: Confederal Federalism
    on May 13, 2022 by Federal Trust

    by Glyndwr Cennydd Jones In recent years, the national borders extant within these isles have been reaffirmed through Brexit and the Covid-19 pandemic. Further, the trend for significant divergence in policy stances across the various parliaments has compounded other clear political disagreements centred on constitutional reform and change, with different parties holding power in each [...] The post A Design for Modern Britain: Confederal Federalism appeared first on The Federal Trust.

  • VIDEO: Brexit – Macron’s Vision and the Northern Ireland Protocol
    on May 11, 2022 by Brendan Donnelly

    In this new Federal Trust video Brendan Donnelly and John Stevens discuss the speech of President Macron to the European Parliament and its possible implications for relations between the UK and the European Union. They also discuss the likely outcome of the current negotiations on the Northern Ireland protocol and ask why the British government [...] The post VIDEO: Brexit – Macron’s Vision and the Northern Ireland Protocol appeared first on The Federal Trust.

  • Celebrating Europe Day 2022
    on May 9, 2022 by Jaap Hoeksma

    Against all odds, the Conference on the Future of Europe has shown that it is quite possible for the EU to function as a European democracy of states and citizens. In the process the European Union has overcome its long-standing stalemate in the debate about the end goal of the Union. The EU has neither [...] The post Celebrating Europe Day 2022 appeared first on The Federal Trust.

  • Spinelli, me and my honeymoon
    on May 5, 2022 by Federal Trust

    by Dr Alan Hick Dr Hick is a Board Member of New Europeans International and a former senior official at the European Economic and Social Committee 1st May 2022 This article has been reproduced with kind permission from New Europeans   The first time I met Altiero Spinelli did not go well.  As a young researcher [...] The post Spinelli, me and my honeymoon appeared first on The Federal Trust.

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