In the old BBC cartoon series ‘Monkey Dust’ there was a character called ‘Work Experience Kelly’, a teenager who couldn’t follow even the most basic instructions.
When asked to go fetch a file or make a cup of tea; she would put a fork in a live electric socket or flush her head down the toilet saying “this is what you told me to do” by way of explanation.
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Journalist Simon Nixon, Chief European Commentator at the Wall Street Journal and columnist at The Times recently wrote an article entitled ‘Norway option’ is not a long-term answer to the problems posed by Brexit in which he tried to rule out the EFTA/EEA model as an option for the UK after Brexit. Continue reading Response to Simon Nixon
(28/03/2017), Theresa May will issue the UK’s article 50 notification, which officially starts the process of leaving the European Union.
This process is likely to be highly complex and granular.
Professor Anand Menon recently wrote in the Independent:
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Please take a look at our latest report ‘Brexit: The Case for EFTA‘.
This is intended to be an evolving document so please do inform us of any typos or mistakes we may have made, or any suggestions. Happy reading!
We are grateful to Civitas who allowed us to write a guest blog about EFTA on their EU blog – you can find it below:
EFTA 4 UK: Why joining the European Free Trade Association would be better for the UK than EU membership
Every year, EFTA holds informative events in Brussels.
The next seminar will take place on Wednesday 3 February 2016 at the EFTA Secretariat’s premises in Brussels.
It is free to attend, but you must register HERE
Read more: http://www.efta.int/EEA/news/Invitation-EFTA-Seminar-functioning-EEA-Agreement-62221