The "Slow-Moving Car Wreck of Brexit" Edition
“This is an issue that divides the parties themselves quite heavily. To the extent that party leaders are aware of the need to build consensus, their entire focus in on keeping what can be qualified as a fragile consensus within their own parties” — Pascal Letendre-Hanns
Following the historic defeat of May’s Brexit Deal in Parliament, what comes next for the process of Brexit? How did we get here? What will happen to Ireland and Northern Ireland? Will there be a no-deal Brexit, and what is the impact of Brexit on the European Elections? Jason Deegan, Daniel Odin Shaw, Senior Editor Pascal Letendre-Hanns, and Chief Editor Cameron Vaské explore these issues at length in The ITS Café.
The ITS Bookshelf:
- A Short History of Europe: From Pericles to Putin by Simon Jenkins
- The Entrepreneurial State by Mariana Mazzucato
- National Populism: The Revolt Against Liberal Democracy by Matthew Goodwin
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