Brexit - The Shipping Forecast

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How does the UK's departure from the European Union look from the other side of the English Channel? Anand Menon considers what the EU 27 want from Brexit by focusing on the consequences for trade at for three very different ports: Calais, our nearest neighbour, Rotterdam, the giant of European ports, and Gdansk in Poland, a country which has its own issues with the European Commission. Will the EU nations continue to operate as a unified front, as in the first stage of negotiations, or will cracks start to appear once questions of economic self-interest become more apparent? Professor Menon heads the award-winning think tank The UK in a Changing Europe.
Producer: Sandra Kanthal.

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How does the UK's departure from the EU look from the other side of the English Channel?

How does the UK's departure from the European Union look from the other side of the English Channel? Anand Menon considers what the EU 27 want from Brexit by focusing on the consequences for trade at for three very different ports: Calais, our nearest neighbour, Rotterdam, the giant of European ports, and Gdansk in Poland, a country which has its own issues with the European Commission. Will the EU nations continue to operate as a unified front, as in the first stage of negotiations, or will cracks start to appear once questions of economic self-interest become more apparent? Professor Menon heads the award-winning think tank The UK in a Changing Europe.
Producer: Sandra Kanthal.

How does the UK's departure from the EU look from the other side of the English Channel?

20180308

How does the UK's departure from the EU look from the other side of the English Channel?

How does the UK's departure from the European Union look from the other side of the English Channel? Anand Menon considers what the EU 27 want from Brexit by focusing on the consequences for trade at for three very different ports: Calais, our nearest neighbour, Rotterdam, the giant of European ports, and Gdansk in Poland, a country which has its own issues with the European Commission. Will the EU nations continue to operate as a unified front, as in the first stage of negotiations, or will cracks start to appear once questions of economic self-interest become more apparent? Professor Menon heads the award-winning think tank The UK in a Changing Europe.
Producer: Sandra Kanthal.