Will the Virus Blow Brexit Off-Course?

"The difficulty in carrying on with face-to-face trade negotiations is not the main issue. ... Much more important is the possibility that the transition period may be extended beyond the end of this year."

The French Senate’s Brexit Committee’s Recommendations to the French Government, 2 March 2020

"Rappelle son opposition de principe à toute perspective qui aboutirait à réserver un sort spécifique à la question de la pêche, sous la forme d’un « Brexit » sectoriel, dont les premières victimes ne manqueraient pas d’être les pêcheurs de l’Union..."

Scarlett Spencer: Invisible Warfare

"There are still resistant elements in our midst, which foreign opposition could rely on to frustrate our exit from the European Union. It is clear that lessons have been learned; lines have been redrawn in preparation for an invisible warfare, an insidious confrontation with those opposed to Brexit both domestically and internationally."

The EU Isn’t Interested in Free Trade with the UK, Just Political Domination

"It’s ironic that while UK Remainers agonise endlessly over the supposed disastrous effects of the UK breaking away from the EU’s trade and regulatory system, the EU Commission appears to fear the precise opposite – that such a breakaway will allow a more nimble UK to thrive and leave the EU in its wake, and that such an outcome might encourage other member states to follow the UK out of the door."

Ashok Chattergee: Okay, Snowflakes!

"It might have been voted for in greater numbers by the old, but it is absolutely in the interests of the young, and it is the young who will feel the earliest and greatest benefits of a freedom they don’t seem to rate."

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