Government and Institutions

EU officials and Brexiteers share fear of being trapped in a political union with one another

Kate Andrews writes for The Spectator Coffee House

Kate Andrews, Associate Director at the Institute of Economic Affairs has written for The Spectator’s Coffee House on the possibility of another extension of Article 50 and what that might mean in practice.

In the article Kate argues that the EU’s fears of a unruly UK in the European Union are just as legitimate as the Eurosceptics’ concern of an unshackled EU making decisions for the UK post-Brexit (unable to secure our own free trade policies and set our own tariffs). If you understand one perspective, it’s only consistent to understand the other.

Read the full article here.