Nick Witney - 23 September 2020
Prime Minister Boris Johnson likely has no plan other than to stay in power. He will rely on his two closest advisers to oversee Brexit.
Nick Witney - 11 August 2020
The UK wants to “take back control” of its borders – but is now finding out the reality of what this means.
Nick Witney - 02 June 2020
Covid-19 has made the task confronting the Integrated Review (IR) to reconceive Britain’s role in the world after Brexit – doubly difficult. Now, it is not only Britain which faces a major historical rupture, but quite possibly the world itself.
Nick Witney - 21 May 2020
Britain can step back from the brink of Brexit trade catastrophe – but only if Boris Johnson gives the say-so.
Nick Witney - 20 March 2020
Britain’s Brexiteer government may be relearning the value of expertise – if only slowly.
Nick Witney - 06 February 2020
The odds that the UK and the EU will reach full, or even much, agreement within the breakneck timetable imposed by London do not look good.
Nick Witney - 30 January 2020
Democratic backsliding and constitutional crises could await if the wheels come off Boris Johnson’s Brexit bandwagon.
Nick Witney - 14 January 2020
The UK Ministry of Defence has shown a chronic lack of decision discipline, sometimes undermining its role in joint European projects.
Josef Janning - 24 October 2019
Britain helped bring modern, unified, and peaceful Germany into being. Its Brexit convulsions have trashed this historic reputation – probably for good.
Nick Witney - 21 October 2019
Prime Minister Boris Johnson seems to have the momentum to get his Brexit deal over the line – and to follow up with a general election triumph while the electorate are still sighing with relief.
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