Open Europe - EU member states’ positions on Brexit and their implications for UK-EU negotiations
Where do EU member states stand in the wake of the UK's Brexit vote? And what does this mean for future UK-EU negotiations? Open Europe Co-Director Stephen Booth argues that the UK needs to carefully survey individual countries' interests to get UK-EU negotiations right.
When interpreting what the EU referendum result means for the UK’s negotiating priorities in forthcoming talks in Brussels, the next Prime Minister will need to balance the UK electorate’s expectations against the terms that the EU might be prepared to agree.
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