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Boris Johnson 'confident' EU will back down in Brexit talks | Politics | The Guardian
The way forward is to recast the project: around the core goal of major nationalisations, a state-led reindustrialisation project, a green new deal, £50bn worth of redistributive tax rises and the democratisation of Britain. The parliamentary arithmetic may be against stopping Brexit, but delaying Article 50 and forcing a second referendum are not impossible – and the frontbench should throw itself enthusiastically into making this political argument positively.
The Yellow Jackets left behind – POLITICO
Barnier said of the EU’s offer: “It cannot be built to the detriment of who we are. The internal market, the home market, is indeed our most important asset ... We respect all the red lines of the United Kingdom. They do not want to abide by the rules of the court of justice, they do not want to follow our legal framework, they do not want to pay, they do not want freedom of movement. All of these are the cornerstones of the single market and the EU. So we have to preserve and protect what makes us.”
Talks between Labour and the Tories on Brexit have broken down. So what next? | Tom Kibasi | Opinion | The Guardian
There is no iron law that says people must be irrevocably hostile to immigration. Many have become so because of the way that the issue has been framed by politicians on all sides. That framing has made immigration into a symbol of unacceptable change. On the one hand, politicians have recognised a need for immigration. On the other, they have promoted the idea of immigration as a social problem that must be dealt with. At the same time, politicians often express disdain for those who express anxieties and fears about immigration, anxieties and fears that politicians often present as mere bigotry and racism. This poisonous mixture of necessity, fear and contempt has helped both to stigmatise migrants and create popular hostility towards the liberal elite for ignoring their views on immigration. The contradictory needs and desires have also resulted in an incoherent, unworkable set of policies that have, paradoxically, been exacerbated by the development of free-movement policies within the EU. Freedom of movement is good and I am an advocate of such policy. The dream of free movement within the EU has, however, also spawned paranoia about the movement of people into the EU. The quid pro quo for Schengen has been the creation of a Fortress Europe, a citadel against immigration, watched over by a hi-tech surveillance system of satellites and drones and protected by fences and warships. When a journalist from Germany’s Der Spiegel magazine visited the control room of Frontex, the EU’s border agency, he observed that the language used was that of “defending Europe against an enemy”.
Macron enrages EU leaders after opposing long Brexit extension | World news | The Guardian
‘I am a slacker’
Theresa May agrees to October Brexit as Donald Tusk warns UK 'don't waste this time' | Politics | The Guardian

Brexit: Theresa May to make plea for 30 June delay at EU summit - BBC News

Emmanuel Macron Doesn’t Want Brexit Delayed Beyond December 2019 At The Latest

UK likely to be offered Brexit extension until end of year | Politics | The Guardian

May to resume talks with Labour to find Brexit compromise | Politics | The Guardian

May-Corbyn Brexit talks 'will fail' if he insists on referendum | Politics | The Guardian

Brexit: MPs push to prevent no-deal in law - BBC News

Macron: UK heading for no-deal Brexit if MPs reject May's plan | Politics | The Guardian

Donald Tusk: EU will only back short Brexit delay if May's deal passes | Politics | The Guardian

Jeremy Harding · Among the Gilets Jaunes · LRB 21 March 2019

France’s Macron leads the way as western leaders malevolently confuse anti-Zionism with antisemitism

Emmanuel Macron: Dear Europe, Brexit is a lesson for all of us: it’s time for renewal | Opinion | The Guardian

France will block Brexit delay without 'new choice' by UK | Politics | The Guardian

To save his project, Jeremy Corbyn must bring Labour’s old guard on side

Is this Britain’s Macron moment? – POLITICO

Emmanuel Macron’s summation of Brexit: ‘The British people were sold a lie’ – video | Global | The Guardian

Yellow vests: protesters fight for ideological ownership | World news | The Guardian

‘Gilets jaunes’: the meaning of the confrontation | openDemocracy

Macron bows to protesters' demands and says: I know I have hurt some of you | World news | The Guardian

‘May 1968 was a revolution – now the violence is just frightening’ | World news | The Guardian

France's Yellow-Vest Protesters Aren't Against Climate Action - The Atlantic

‘Macron’s arrogance unites us’ – on the barricades with France’s gilets jaunes | World news | The Guardian

Macron’s politics look to Blair and Clinton. The backlash was inevitable | Larry Elliott | Opinion | The Guardian

U-turn on eco-tax rise gives President Macron fuel for thought | Environment | The Guardian

Macron scraps fuel tax rise in face of gilets jaunes protests | World news | The Guardian

Who are the gilets jaunes and what do they want? | World news | The Guardian

May to warn MPs that rejecting Brexit deal would put UK 'back to square one' | Politics | The Guardian

French 'gilets jaunes' protests turn violent on the streets of Paris | World news | The Guardian

France demands UK climate pledge in return for Brexit trade deal | World news | The Guardian

Trump's attack on Macron lacked 'common decency', France says - BBC News

Trump ramps up Macron spat by mocking France in world wars | US news | The Guardian

Macron warns of rising nationalism as world leaders mark armistice | World news | The Guardian

Why Brexit is just a sideshow for an EU beset by problems on all sides | World news | The Guardian

EU leaders ready to help May sell Brexit deal to parliament | Politics | The Guardian

Macron makes overtures to UK car firms as Brexit talks enter critical week | Politics | The Guardian

Brexit: May humiliated by Salzburg ambush as she fights to save Chequers | Politics | The Guardian

Chequers plan is dead, says Tusk as Macron calls Brexiters liars | Politics | The Guardian

Calm down. Barnier's words were not a green light for Brexit deal | Politics | The Guardian

Leaving Labour: why a party split is now inevitable

May prepares for talks with Macron that could make or break Brexit plan | Politics | The Guardian

Trump claims victory at Nato summit after fresh row over defence spending | World news | The Guardian

The Sunday Essay: how we all colluded in Fortress Europe | Kenan Malik | Opinion | The Guardian

Donald Trump likely to scrap Iran deal amid 'insane' changes of stance, says Macron | World news | The Guardian

Macron pitches new Iran deal to sweeten existing agreement for Trump | World news | The Guardian

Emmanuel Macron says Europe is in a 'civil war' and is 'fascinated with the illiberal' in landmark EU speech | The Independent

Syria decision looms for May - BBC News

The Italian Election Shows the Left’s Most Difficult Task Is Winning the Argument on Migration | Novara Media

UK pledges extra £44m for Channel border security - BBC News

Macron faces national debate over anniversary of May 1968 protests | World news | The Guardian

Europe: What surprises are in store for 2018? - BBC News

Brexiters trying to 'bluff' UK's readiness for no-deal scenario, says Macron | Politics | The Guardian

Orbiting Jupiter: my week with Emmanuel Macron | News | The Guardian

Macron lays out vision for 'profound' changes in post-Brexit EU | World news | The Guardian

'Slackers' take to streets in protest at Macron's labour law reforms | World news | The Guardian

For the first time ever I am defending banks. Here’s why | John Harris | Opinion | The Guardian

Why didn't France want Brigitte Macron to be their First Lady? Spite and misogyny | The Independent

'Face like thunder': how the mood turned sour at Trump's first G20 | World news | The Guardian

May and Macron plan joint crackdown on online terror | Politics | The Guardian

France election: Macron party set for big parliamentary win - BBC News

Macron's victory shows cheap xenophobia can be beaten | Opinion | The Guardian

UK can expect Macron to be tough on Brexit, key adviser warns | World news | The Guardian

James B on Twitter: "Just nonsense, this. No-one on left 'furious' Le Pen beaten. Many anxious about kind of state Macron seeks to make - quite wisely."

French election results mapped: Macron defeats Le Pen to become President

Macron holds forces of Trump and Le Pen at bay – now he must deliver | World news | The Guardian

The French presidency goes to Macron. But it’s only a reprieve | Timothy Garton Ash | Opinion | The Guardian

The Guardian view on the French election: Good luck, Mr Macron. You will need it | Editorial | Opinion | The Guardian


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