The Wall - European Movement
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The Wall
We have put up The Wall for you to write on. Unlike all physical walls, this will never be a barrier: it is a bridge.
Richard Corbett Corbett
07 Nov, 2017
No Brexit problem at Irish border, IF you have…
It is possible to maintain an “invisible border” in Ireland after Brexit, says the head of the Swiss customs service...
Anneke Scott
31 Oct, 2017
The devastating impact of losing freedom of movement - a musician's perspective
I am a freelance classical musician. My work takes me all over the globe but the vast majority of mine...
Bespoke Deals? Get out of your Silo!
Richard Corbett Corbett - 24 Oct, 2017
Besides collectively asking for a Brexit transition period, industries are also looking at what...
How to stop Brexit (and make Britain Great again)
Graham Bishop - 19 Oct, 2017
Former Liberal Democrat Leader and Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg has written a book...
A Brexit behind closed doors means a written constitution is more urgent than ever
Alexandra Runswick - 16 Oct, 2017
Brexit is widening the fault lines in the UK’s political settlement, which is built...
Brexit and Pharmaceuticals: Access to Medicine
Richard Corbett Corbett - 16 Oct, 2017
A sector that doesn’t raise its voice in public (for fear of annoying ministers)...
No Deal? Nonsense
Richard Corbett Corbett - 16 Oct, 2017
The idea that, in order to strengthen its position in the Brexit negotiations, Britain...
Brexit and Transport: Going nowhere fast
Richard Corbett Corbett - 03 Oct, 2017
Officials in the transport sector – the people who keep the British economy moving...
Mrs May shuffles the cards in Florence but cannot change them
Brendan Donnelly - 25 Sep, 2017
The limited concessions outlined in Theresa May’s Florence speech will probably have been enough...
May's Fudge in Florence
Richard Corbett Corbett - 23 Sep, 2017
What a hullabaloo!