OE Weekly Briefing: The timing of the next general election looks likely to decide the course of Brexit
This is the second of a series of weekly briefings Open Europe will publish analysing key Brexit, UK and EU developments.
The chances of a general election before the end of the year seem higher than ever; with a working majority of just three and scores of rebellious backbenchers, it is unclear whether Johnson can govern effectively for much longer unless he goes to the country.
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OE Weekly Briefing: Boris Johnson challenges the EU on the backstop23/08/2019 11:10:00
This is the fourth of a series of weekly briefings Open Europe will publish analysing key Brexit, UK and EU developments.
OE Weekly Briefing: Bolton’s visit demonstrates potential for post-Brexit tug-of-war between US & EU16/08/2019 11:20:00
This is the third of a series of weekly briefings Open Europe will publish analysing key Brexit, UK and EU developments.
OE: Johnson has increased pressure on both the EU & Parliament to confront possibility of No Deal05/08/2019 13:15:00
This is the first of a series of weekly briefings Open Europe will publish analysing key Brexit, UK and EU developments.
OE: Henry Newman – the new UK Government has only a few Brexit options on the table02/08/2019 10:15:00
Open Europe's Henry Newman gave evidence to the House of Lords EU select committee on 23 July about the status of Brexit negotiations.
OE: Brexit - What are the next steps?29/07/2019 12:05:00
With the Conservative Party leadership contest and the process of nominating the next EU leaders over, the UK Parliament and the EU institutions are now on summer holiday. Open Europe has updated its calendar of key dates to watch out for in the next months, ahead of the Article 50 deadline on 31 October.
OE: ‘Narrow mandate’: Europe reacts to Ursula von der Leyen’s election as Commission President19/07/2019 12:32:00
Open Europe surveys European politicians' and press reactions to the European Parliament's election of Ursula von der Leyen as EU Commission President.
OE: Exploring arrangements to avoid a hard Irish border after Brexit15/07/2019 12:15:00
A brief summary of the debate about alternative arrangements to a hard Irish border after Brexit, organised by Open Europe in Brussels on 11 July.
Will populists be sidelined from influential positions in the new European Parliament?10/07/2019 15:05:00
Ahead of the election of European Parliament's committee chairs, Open Europe's Anna Nadibaidze looks at whether far-right parties will be excluded.