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Finger on the polls – May calls for snap General Election

UK Prime Minister Theresa May has today announced that she intends to trigger a General Election to take place on 8 June 2017. The announcement is the latest unexpected twist in an unpredictable 12 months in British politics.  What does this surprise development mean for the Brexit process?  Read the full blog here.

This is the house that Brexit built

The new May Government has now been fully established and has begun getting to work. Judging by last week’s notable developments, foreign affairs is top of the agenda. Brexit diplomacy: Good cop, bad cop? The Prime Minister made her first official visits to Germany and France last week to meet Angela Merkel and François Hollande.

Brexit and human rights – does Theresa May have a point?

One of the surprises in Theresa May’s comments yesterday was the distinction she drew between the European Union and the European Convention on Human Rights – making clear that, in her view, it was the latter that was the greater cause for concern in the sphere of national security. All too often, no such distinction