Speaking Europe UK-EU reset: Tensions ease, seven years after Brexit vote


It was like an estranged couple agreeing to provide themselves one other probability. Saying the “Windsor Framework” in late February, British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak and EU Fee President Ursula von der Leyen had been emphatic that the UK and the EU are allies, buying and selling companions and buddies. The deal on Northern Eire seemingly places an finish to years of tensions, following Britain’s resolution to go away the European Union in June 2016. However how can the remaining obstacles be overcome? And is re-joining the EU a practical possibility sooner or later for Britain and for the bloc?

Programme produced by Sophie Samaille, Isabelle Romero and Perrine Desplats

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