Tensions – political, economic and otherwise – have been exacerbated in the eurozone, as it tries to navigate this pandemic.
Procedure, rather than policy, is dominating political discussion at the moment. At their conference this week, the Labour Party demonstrated more interest in internal divisions (rather than creating an electoral platform), the right of the Government to prorogue Parliament has been brought up for review by the Supreme Court and the Prime Minister has been […]
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In the past two months, the European Union has begun to set out its stall for how, as an organisation, it will move on for the next 10 years after Brexit. What is clear from these decisions is that the EU is on a path towards federalisation in the form of a singular economic, foreign […]
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