Please find below our most recent report – Road to Nowhere in which we discuss a proposed Brexit Transition period.
There are two particular groups that insult and mock EFTA4UK on social media – Hardcore ‘remainers’ and Hardcore ‘Leavers’.
In this blogpost we will describe both of these infuriating, illogical groups.
[CAVEAT: We are not describing all leave voters or remain voters here, most of whom voted the way they did for a variety of rational reasons.] Continue reading Rage against illogic
Of the challenges facing the UK as a result of the Brexit vote, few are as complex as the Irish border issue. Even we who live and breathe Brexit issues find it almost impossible to resolve.
The ‘Ireland’ question is complicated because of two major issues – the border between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland is huge; and even if it weren’t, voices on both sides have expressed a desire not to see any physical border infrastructure such as checkpoints or inspection posts.
Tonight in the House of Commons there was a debate on Brexit, the EEA (European Economic Area) and EFTA (European Free Trade Association). Watch HERE.
The debate was organised by Stephen Kinnock MP.
— Stephen Kinnock (@SKinnock) November 6, 2017
— Legatum Institute (@LegatumInst) November 4, 2017
Please find below our newest report – Brexit at a crossroads:
A few months ago, the press and news websites were full of articles saying that it would be easy for the UK to get a Free Trade Agreement with the EU.
Now that the reality is starting to set in of just how complicated Brexit is, the tune has seemingly changed.
Every day now it seems we are seeing more articles saying ‘we don’t need a deal’ ‘WTO rules would be fine for the UK’ etc.
We are getting a bit sick of explaining why WTO rules would be terrible for the UK – but to be brief; it would mean the imposition of tariffs harmful for importers and exporters, added red tape and greater difficulties for financial services providers. This is why no major economy trades with the EU on purely WTO terms.
We thought this was a good idea, so here is our alternate Conference speech we wish she would have delivered:
THE BEST BREXIT DEAL Continue reading What Theresa Should have said…
Today, the Times has an article on its website which joins the dots between the mysterious Legatum Institute, David Davis MP and Steve Baker MP.
As readers of this blog will know, this is a topic we have been looking at for a while now…
This week, Prime Minister Theresa May was asked on LBC whether if the EU referendum was ran again, would she vote to Remain or Leave, given that she originally voted to remain but is now leading a Government intent on leaving the European Union.
It's on the front page of almost all the newspapers – this is the clip from Theresa May's LBC interview that is making the headlines. pic.twitter.com/DvJbe9yS8F
— LBC (@LBC) October 11, 2017