The art is to make it look as though it's not collapsing, but instead to have a reasonable-looking set of reasons to delay any progress and to spend that time watering down what Brexit means.
So Brexit it is. As we move forward in trying to figure out what Britain will look like under this new reality, I want to share a few thoughts with my many friends who supported the Leave campaign
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WELCOME to Connected Rights, your breach in the hull of digital rights news and analysis. MARK ZUCKERBERG'S APPEARANCE BEFORE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT LEADERS yesterday was an absolute farce. With the world's attention trained on them, the MEPs spent an hour grandstanding, landing all the predicted blows but at excessive length - the meeting was only supposed to
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Referendum Costituzionale: leggi in tempi più rapidi, ridurre i costi della politica, superare il bicameralismo paritario e partecipazione dei cittadini.
Hard Brexit: come imparai a non preoccuparmi e ad amare l'articolo 50 del trattato di Lisbona. Scopri i fatti del giorno e le ultime notizie di attualità su nextQuotidiano.
We do not know when prime minister Theresa May will formally trigger Article 50.
Leaving the EU is so difficult, and the consequences so damaging, that it may be easier for Theresa May's government to endlessly delay.
As the UK referendum result dropped in that fateful Friday morning, the tech startup world didn't immediately grind to a halt. Websites kept loading. Apps kept opening. But what left UK technology entrepreneurs aghast was not just that Britain had chosen to leave the European Union after 40 years,
All'indomani delle decisioni di Boris Johnson di non concorrere alla successione di David Cameron come Premier e di Nigel Farage di non voler più essere il leader di UKIP, si sono sentite sui media europei ...
Posata la polvere sul referendum inglese, è utile smontare alcune perniciose illusioni e infondati luoghi comuni che si stanno affacciando sul dopo voto. Ne abbiamo selezionati alcuni. I lavoratori del Regno Unito si sono liberati dall'oppressione dall'UE? L'Unione ha un potere molto modesto sulle politiche britanniche, poiché il Regno Unito non fa né parte dell'area
In this post we argue that as a matter of domestic constitutional law, the Prime Minister is unable to issue a declaration under Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty - triggering our withdrawal from the European Union - without having been first authorised to do so by an Act of the United Kingdom Parliament. Were
Une fois Londres retournee au grand large, l'anglais ne sera plus langue officielle d'aucun pays de l'UE. De quoi faire reculer son hégémonie à Bruxelles ?
From a guardian comment: If Boris Johnson looked downbeat yesterday, that is because he realises that he has lost. Perhaps many Brexiters do not re
The British referendum shows how hard it is to move from five years of EU criticism to two months of EU support, writes Rosa Balfour.
It is a sad and ironic indictment on the state of the global Left and the progressive agenda, that the very compelling reasons to support a Brexit have been lost amongst the rightful consternation...
The British vote to leave the EU clearly has many fathers. A system of global financial capitalism that has exclusion and inequality in its architecture. The premature implementation of monetary union, which-lacking adequate fiscal or financial integration-magnified the effects of financial crisis. A shift toward a technocratic paradigm ever more distant from the concerns of people, hindering their participation. The greatest refugee crisis since the Second World War, brought about by climate change and disastrous military intervention.