Brexit Briefing: Weekly Media Summary – 1 December 2017

Brexit Briefing - Weekly Summary

Brexit Briefing – Weekly Summary

This Friday’s edition of the Brexit Briefing is part of the series of posts to highlight articles published in the media covering Brexit from an environmental perspective.

The articles are presented in chronological order with the most recent articles first. They are not presented in any specific order of importance & are provided as a selected sample of news articles to promote understanding of the key environmental issues as they develop during the Brexit process.

The selected articles from this past week, which saw the Teresa May (UK Prime Minister) prepares to make a further Brexit settlement offer, the Brexit Papers, Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) pressure & Ireland stand firm on the Brexit Irish / Northern Ireland Border issue, are:

EU Tells May: If Brexit Offer Is Unacceptable To Ireland, It’s Unacceptable To Us (Huffington Post, 1 December 2017)

Brexit: Environment department distances itself from Ian Paisley’s ‘shake Dublin’s cage’ call (The Irish News, 1 December 2017)

May’s Brexit Breakthrough at Risk as Irish Parties Dig In (Bloomberg, 30 November 2017)

Brexit negotiators believe end to Irish border impasse is near (The Guardian, 29 November 2017)

David Davis under pressure to reveal more Brexit impact information under threat of Commons censure vote – Politics live (The Guardian, 28 November 2017)

David Davis could be in contempt of parliament over Brexit studies (The Guardian, 28 November 2017)

Ireland: From poor man, to tiger, to comeback kid (CNBC, 27 November 2017)

U.K. Faces Brexit Deadline on Ireland as Varadkar Clings On (Bloomberg, 27 November 2017)

Lord Deben: Green regulatory oversight critical to soften ‘damaging’ Brexit (edie, 27 November 2017)

UK could be out of CAP early despite anger from farming industry (FarmingUK, 25 November 2017)

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