December 6, 2016

Europe

December 6, 2016

Brexit case is threat to democracy

Discussing the Brexit case currently before the Supreme Court, John Redwood points out that Treaty changes have long been left to Ministerial prerogative, and not Parliament’s.
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November 30, 2016

Remoaners’ contempt for democracy

Those commentators on the losing side of 2016’s totemic elections are slowly arriving at the realisation they were the ones ill-informed – not about ‘the issues’, but about their fellow citizens, says Henry Hill.
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November 29, 2016

The EU has the weak negotiating position

With such high unemployment in the Euro area, John Redwood asks why the EU 27 would risk engaging in a trade war with the United Kingdom.
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November 24, 2016

Europe on the brink

With Italy’s government facing possible referendum defeat, and the prospect of Marine Le Pen gaining office, officials in Brussels are fearful the winds of change are stirring, says John Redwood.
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