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That means it is something similar to the Norway option with four conditions that will have to be accepted: free movement, paying into the budget, following EU rules including new ones, and accepting ECJ rulings.feedback
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Jul 30 2017 Brexit
We can learn a lot about a person if we know what types of things he or she talks about or comments on the most frequently. There are numerous topics with which Charles Grant is associated, including EU and Ivan Rogers. Most recently, Charles Grant has been quoted saying: “Many of the key policy-makers in Germany do not care what the business lobbies say. They care about the principles. One of their principles is that the single market is indivisible. Another is that the British must be seen to pay a price for Brexit, doing less well outside the EU than in it.” in the article German industry warns UK not to expect help in Brexit talks.
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Apr 08 2017 - Syria conflict

We have learned that Trump is not so isolationist as many Europeans feared he would be – he appears to care about victims of a gas attack in Syria. We have learned that he understands that U.S. influence had suffered from the perception – which grew under Obama – that it was a power weakened by its reluctance to use force.feedback

Mar 25 2017 - Brexit

The EU will survive Brexit, but the Rome summit will only be useful if it highlights the problems facing the Union. The danger is that it could all feel too self-congratulatory.feedback

Mar 25 2017

Europe needs to find a new, multi-tier way to move forward that allows groups with similar interests to integrate without alienating the rest.feedback

Jan 03 2017

This weakens May's ability to get a good EU deal. Ivan Rogers was one of the very few people at the top of the British government who understand the EU.feedback

Oct 27 2016

If Britain wants a decent deal, it will need a massive amount of goodwill from its EU partners. And for this you need to keep the negotiations technocratic and serious. The diplomats understand this, but I'm not sure anyone else does.feedback

Oct 10 2016

But that may be wishful thinking.feedback

Oct 10 2016

Many Brexiters claim that the toughness of the 27 is merely an opening stance, and that, when talks commence, economic self-interest will push them to soften.feedback

May 03 2010

He has said that he wants to build up credibility by showing that he's a constructive European leader in the early stage of his premiership, if he indeed does become prime minister. That's encouraging but still the worry remains that after a few years he implies that he will come back to this issue of trying to change the treaties and everybody in Europe has spent about 10 years negotiating the treaty change and they're fed up with it.feedback

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