Tag Archives: United Kingdom

British Labor Unions: Still the Many

Relative to many of its closest peer economies, the UK maintains a high unionization level, despite a decline.

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A Visit to the Brexit World

Mrs. May, tell us exactly what sort of deal you want with the EU customs union?

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Brexit: The Tories‘ Battle Against the Economic Facts

Why Germans and other nations should involve themselves more in the UK debate.

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The Grenfell Tower Fallout

The Grenfell Tower tragedy is a classic “what have we become” moment.

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Brexit: Full Amputation or Gentle Separation?

The more Theresa May digs in, the less the British people know how much Brexit they really want.

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UK: Abdicating a Proud Legacy

Britain’s political situation and its long-term economic outlook have become more precarious than they have been at any time since the late 1970s.

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What’s Next for the UK?

The politics of Brexit inside the UK is becoming more complex by the minute. The country needs a period of reflection to carry out a giant Brexit audit.

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Brexit: Why the EU Will Continue to Stand Firm

With Theresa May greatly weakened, and the UK likely facing new elections and/or a new Prime Minister soon, it makes little sense for the EU to negotiate with her in earnest.

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Theresa May’s and England’s Massive Miscalculations on Brexit

Why Germany’s Angela Merkel felt compelled to end the Tories’ delusions

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Why Theresa May’s Supposed Triumph May Not Happen

In calling snap elections for the UK on June 8, the British Prime Minister may have entered into a game of Russian Roulette.

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