Ever since the UK left the EU’s single market on January 1st 2021, it has enjoyed a number of grace periods – essentially, time to adapt to the change in regulatory regimes. One such grace period concerned – you guessed it – sausages or to be more precise, ‘chilled meats’.
Since the beginning of last week, there have been violent clashes between rioters and the police in Northern Ireland. The riots, in which all kinds of objects, including masonry, fireworks and even petrol bombs were thrown at the police, seem to have started in the city of Londonderry. From there, they spread to other parts of Northern Ireland, including the capital of Belfast. According to local media, no less than 70 police officers have been injured within the span of just eleven days.
On the 25th of June 2018, Bloomberg News published an article which they dubbed “The Big Brexit Short”. In this article, journalists Cam Simpson, Gavin Finch, and Kit Chellel published the results of their investigation into the role private polling companies and hedge funds played in the Brexit referendum of the 23 of June 2016. Private polls, they found, correctly predicted the outcome of the referendum and were used by hedge funds to profit from the collapse of the British Pound.
Etienne Ansotte – EC – Audiovisual Service In our latest piece on Brexit, we discussed the developments in the Brexit saga up until the second half of October. Since then, a lot has happened, so […]
Chris J Ratcliffe © European Union 2019 – Source : EP On Thursday, October 15th, EU leaders made a public statement on the Brexit negotiations. The next day, UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson responded to […]