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  • Brexit Bowl – views from Brussels, London and Berlin

    When it comes to Brexit, clarity and certainty for business is a distant prospect. The reading of the tea leaves had been clear for weeks. October was not going to be the moment when Brexit talks would progress to their next stage. Last week’s Brussels European Council – the regular summit of EU leaders –…

  • Brexit Bowl – A view from South East Asia

    We are back after the summer break. The holidays might be over but the Brexit negotiations continue. This week we have seen the fourth round and evidence of some progress. Elsewhere a German election and lots of political posturing and airy talk – whether in Florence, Brussels or Paris – continue to fuel speculation about…

  • Third EU-UK Brexit negotiations: More questions than answers

    In this Brexit Perspective we discuss the third round of formal Brexit negotiations that took place in Brussels this week, amid continued disagreements between the EU and UK sides over the pace and scope of the talks. Despite another long week with dozens of negotiators and experts from both sides thrashing through complex political and…

  • Brexit, Energy and Ireland

    One year on from the UK’s vote to leave the EU, FTI Consulting hosted a high-level panel discussion in Dublin on Thursday 22 June 2017 on the impact of Brexit on Ireland’s energy markets and security. The panel comprised Colin Spain, who established and leads Gaelectric’s Energy Trading and Markets Services team and is responsible…

  • Indecisive Ireland

    The mist is clearing and the shape of the new political landscape is emerging following the most inconclusive general election in Ireland’s history. While counting is still ongoing three days later – thanks to Ireland’s single transferrable vote form of proportional representation – and the final exact numbers are not yet in, it is clear…

  • Brexit: the views of Cameron’s counterparts

    With a referendum definitely on the cards, Brexit has become a distinct possibility. In 2014 David Cameron managed to win the Scottish referendum to keep one union together – will he be able win another to keep Britain in the EU? Keeping his EU partners on side will be key – but what are their…

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