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Questions relating to the government and politics of the United Kingdom, including that of Scotland, Wales, England, and Northern Ireland.

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The other answers rightfully analyse the political aspect of the question, but let's not forget that more fundamentally it would have been a denial of democracy to postpone the process indefinitely wi …
answered Dec 17 '18 by Erwan
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From the UK government's perspective, what would constitute a bad deal on Brexit? In hindsight (18 months after this question was asked), it is striking that May's government has refused to def …
answered Nov 29 '18 by Erwan
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Would someone who understands the "seamless technology" being proposed for Ireland, please explain whether it could be applied to Scotland, London etc - with an invisible electronic border around t …
answered Dec 28 '18 by Erwan
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I'm not aware that Nigel Farage was ever asked about this specific quote, but he has expressed his opinion about a second referendum a few times recently: He told his side to prepare for it: "When I …
answered Mar 1 by Erwan
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I think the other answers are correct but they (politely) omit two important points: The level of ignorance of some of the most senior UK politicians in power about the EU treaties and the Irish b …
answered Mar 29 by Erwan
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Even if both parties had been on the same page, the scope and the far-reaching impact of the withdrawal agreement make such a deal extremely complex to negotiate. Additionally it was the very first ti …
answered Nov 25 '18 by Erwan
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Boris Johnson is a hard Brexiteer, he made no mystery of the fact that he is happy to make the UK leave the EU without a deal. Therefore his visits are not meant to convince anybody in the EU, especia …
answered Aug 21 by Erwan
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Hard-Brexiteers would like the UK to have a "clean break" with the EU, and in particular they don't want any part of the UK to stay even temporarily in the customs union (the so-called backstop). Thi …
asked Apr 9 by Erwan
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This is a follow-up to this question about what hard Brexiteers want with respect to the Irish border. It appears that hard Brexiteers are mostly happy to leave this question for the DUP and Ireland t …
asked Apr 10 by Erwan