Britain’s White Paper and the Future Relationship between the UK and the EU 

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Two years have passed since the people of the United Kingdom voted in a referendum to leave the EU. Fifteen months have elapsed since the formal request to leave was made, under Article 50 TEU.

During this time, while other Europeans have grown used to the idea of a Union without the UK, the United Kingdom has remained convulsed by lack of clear direction or consensus about how to proceed.

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“Brexit has breathed new life into the party”

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Baroness Ros Scott

 

Yesterday’s Supreme Court judgment forces Theresa May’s government to get approval from Parliament before triggering Article 50.  In a conversation with FNF Europe Baroness Ros Scott, Member of the House of Lords and ALDE Party Vice President, sheds light on the importance of the judgment for British politics and the fresh impetus Brexit has given to the UK Liberal Democrats.

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