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Boris Johnson today outlined his response to the report by his economic advisor – and Open Europe board member – Dr Gerard Lyons on the future of the UK’s relations with the EU and how they impact on London. The report entitled ‘a win-win situation’ …

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Further to our previous post on the Government’s Balance of Competences report on free movement, below we pick out some of the key points from the other reports published today:The report on the services stated that:“Incomplete and ineffective implem…

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When it comes to EU top jobs, if you snooze you lose, as Gordon Brown discovered to his cost in 2009In a new briefing published this morning we argue that after the row over Jean-Claude Juncker’s appointment, David Cameron can regain the initiative b…

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This morning’s ECJ judgement that the UK’s legal challenge against a proposed Financial Transaction Tax (FTT) is premature was what many had expected. The UK had challenged the decision to authorise the use of so-called ‘enhanced cooperation’ (…

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