'Brexit: How did we get here and what next?' by Sir Jonathan Faull

Wales For Europe in partnership with the Morgan Academy at Swansea University are delighted to be hosting Sir Jonathan Faull.

Sir Jonathan has a unique perspective on the Brexit negotiations. Until his recent retirement, he was the most senior British official in the European Commission and he led for the EU in the negotiations with the UK government that preceded the 2016 referendum.

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Have your say!

Have you got a good story? We want to hear from you.

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COMMENT: A dangerous moment to be distracted

There is a danger that the contest for the leadership of Welsh Labour this autumn will once again distract Wales’s governing party in the run-up to the “meaningful vote’ on whatever deal with EU emerges from the negotiations. One can but hope that Labour in Wales does not take its eye off the European ball.

COMMENT: Boris’ gnarled and lifeless olive branch

In reaching out to Remainers, Boris Johnson has offered a gnarled and leafless olive branch. And, unsurprisingly, he has certainly not reached out to the ‘left behind’. We shall see whether another five ministerial speeches can do any better.

COMMENT: Free Movement and Migration

It is time to put the record straight for the British public and reject the false message that the EU provides the open door to unbridled free movement or that it prevents the UK from deciding its own migration policy and system.

COMMENT: “Down the mine without a canary”

In what conceivable way can this course of action be judged to be in the interests of the country as a whole, let alone in the interests of Wales, and especially its poorer parts?

COMMENT: Passport Pantomime

Can anything speak louder about the current puerile state of British government thinking than the trumpeted news of its intention, in a fit of induced pre-Brexit nostalgia, to issue new dark blue passports rather than the current burgundy-coloured document that has been issued to us all for the past 30 years?

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