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    • May promises “new and improved” Brexit Bill next month May 20, 2019
      Prime Minister Theresa May has promised a “new and improved” Withdrawal Agreement Bill for next month, which is to include “proposals for alignment with EU standards on workers’ rights” and environmental protection. Writing for the Sunday Times she said, “When the Withdrawal Agreement Bill comes before MPs, it will represent a new, bold offer to […]
    • Migration dominates the general election in Denmark May 20, 2019
      Denmark is set for a general election on 5 June, and the current Government is estimated to lose its majority to the opposition by a landslide. Open Europe’s Marcus Cadier outlines the Danish political landscape, where the migration issue is as salient as ever. The post Migration dominates the general election in Denmark appeared first […]
    • Prime Minister to agree timetable for leaving office in June May 17, 2019
      The Prime Minister, Theresa May, has agreed to set out a timetable for her departure from office following the Second Reading of the Withdrawal Agreement Bill in June. The announcement was made yesterday by the Chairman of the Conservative Party's backbench 1922 Committee, Sir Graham Brady, following a meeting between May and the Committee's executive. […]
    • How will the UK’s participation in the European Parliament elections affect the EU? May 17, 2019
      The UK’s unexpected participation in the European Parliament elections has already had a significant impact on domestic politics. However, as Open Europe’s Dominic Walsh points out, the election of British MEPs will also have consequences for the EU. The post How will the UK’s participation in the European Parliament elections affect the EU? appeared first […]
    • Brexit Secretary: Withdrawal deal is “dead” if not approved by MPs in June May 16, 2019
      The Brexit Secretary, Stephen Barclay, has said that the Prime Minister’s Brexit deal will be "dead" if the Withdrawal Agreement Bill is not approved by MPs in June. Speaking before the Lords EU select committee, Barclay also said, "There is an under-appreciation that No Deal can still happen," adding, "If the House has not passed […]
    • Open Europe’s Pieter Cleppe discusses level playing field provisions after Brexit May 15, 2019
      Open Europe's Pieter Cleppe gave evidence to the House of Commons Exiting the EU select committee on 15 May. Below is a brief summary of the session.The post Open Europe’s Pieter Cleppe discusses level playing field provisions after Brexit appeared first on Open Europe.
    • Government to bring forward Withdrawal Agreement Bill during first week of June May 15, 2019
      Downing Street announced yesterday that the Government will bring forward the EU Withdrawal Agreement Bill for a vote in the House of Commons during the first week of June. Following talks between Prime Minister Theresa May and Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn, a Government spokesman said, "This evening the Prime Minister met the Leader of […]
    • Customs union deal with Labour risks losing Conservative support, senior MPs warn May May 14, 2019
      A group of senior Conservative MPs, including thirteen former Cabinet Ministers, have warned Prime Minister Theresa May that she risks losing the "loyal middle" of the Conservative Party if she agrees a Brexit deal with Labour which would keep the UK in a customs union with the EU. In a letter to May published by The […]
    • New polls show Brexit Party support increasing in European and Westminster elections May 13, 2019
      A new opinion poll for the European elections in the UK on 23 May has put the Brexit Party in first place, outperforming the combined total for the Conservatives and Labour. The Opinium survey for the Observer showed the Brexit party on 34%, with Labour in second place on 21%, the Liberal Democrats in third […]
    • New Briefing: The 2019 European Parliamentary elections and the future of the European project May 13, 2019
      In a new briefing, Open Europe analyses the upcoming 2019 European Parliamentary elections and their potential consequences, both in terms of the general future of the European project and the day-to-day functioning of the EU institutions.The post New Briefing: The 2019 European Parliamentary elections and the future of the European project appeared first on Open […]

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