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The Guardian - Politics Weekly podcast: Grenfell memorial, Brexit brinkmanship and open Scotland

14 June 2018
After a dramatic week of Brexit brinkmanship in the Commons, what has actually changed? As Tory rebels and Brexiters both claim the other side blinked first, our expert panel will fill you in on what really happened – and what comes next. Joining Pippa Crerar this week are our political correspondent Jessica Elgot, Allie Renison from the Institute of Directors and Sam Lowe from the Centre for European Reform.

Sky News: Rules of origin

06 June 2018
Sam Lowe a research fellow a the Centre for European Reform spoke to Sky News about rule of origin and Brexit, in particular its impact on the UK car industry.

Sky News: Trump tariffs

01 June 2018
Sam Lowe a reasearch fellow at the Centre for European Reform, spoke to Sky News about Trumps and tariffs saying that the UK is in a bind. On the one hand, the EU is the only trading bloc big enough to stand up to Trump. On the other, a trade deal with the US was one of the great promises of Brexit. While quietly in favour of the EU measures, the UK’s left hoping Trump forgets it’s still a member.  

TRT World: How far will Italy’s populism spread?

22 May 2018
Luigi Scazzieri a research fellow at the Centre for European Reform speaks to TRT World roundtable to discuss the Italian elections (from 17.10 mins).

Parliament Live: Exiting the European Union Committee

02 May 2018
Agata Gostyńska-Jakubowska gave evidence to the Exiting the European Union Committee on: The progress of the UK’s negotiations on EU withdrawal (from 9:38 mins).

European Parliament: The UK's EU defence relationship post-Brexit

26 April 2018
The UK has often been an obstacle to EU defence integration, but it wants a closer defence relationship after Brexit, Ian Bond of the CER told the European Parliament, SEDE Committee Meeting (from 53.00 mins).

Voice of America: Macron, Merkel US visits highlight policy tensions with Trump

25 April 2018
Sophia Besch a research fellow at the Centre for European Reform spoke to Voice of America about German Chancellor Angela Merkel's visit to Washington later this week.

ORF TV THEK: Doing business with the UK post-Brexit

24 April 2018
Charles Grant, director of the Centre for European Reform speaks to OFR TV THEK (from 02.25 mins) about his expectations for a Brexit deal and the impact Britain’s withdrawal from the EU will have on Austrian and other European companies doing business with the UK.

LBC: How will Russia react to allied strike on Syria

14 April 2018
Ian Bond, director of foreign policy at the Centre for European Reform speaks to LBC about how Russia will react or retaliate to the allied strikes on Syria. 

BBC Newsnight: British EU ignorance is harming UK interests - Viewsnight

04 April 2018
In this Viewsnight, Agata Gostyńska-Jakubowska of the CER argues that if the British government doesn't pay more attention to the European Parliament, it could get a bad Brexit deal.

Channel 4 News: What are the prospects for UK trade after Brexit?

28 March 2018
A year tomorrow Britain formally leaves the European Union, Sam Lowe of the CER joined Gary Gibon to disuss the deals the UK could do with countries across the world and what will they want from us in return.

BBC World News: Russia spy poisoning

15 March 2018
Ian Bond, director of foreign policy at the Centre for European Reform speaks on the recent Russia spy poisoning in Salisbury.

Tok FM: Jak próba zabójstwa Siergieja Skripala może wpłynąć na negocjacje Wielkiej Brytanii z Unią Europejską?

14 March 2018
Agata Gostyńska-Jakubowska speaks to Tok FM about the Sergei Skripal poisoning and Brexit.

BBC Radio 5 live - Drive: Trump and steel tariffs

09 March 2018
Sam Lowe of the Centre for European Reform spoke to Radio 5 live on the new tariffs President Trump has imposed on steel and aluminium to the US (from 14:15 mins).

IIEA: Thinking about the EU-27: Expert views from across Europe Q&A session

07 March 2018
Agata Gostynska-Jakubowska, Senior Research Fellow at the Centre of European Reform took part in an IIEA debate on the European reforms that have been proposed by Presidents Juncker and Macron, and to present perspectives on the future of Europe from Poland, Spain and Austria.

CNBC: Brexit: Analysts preview the next stage of talks between the EU and UK

02 March 2018
Sam Lowe of the Centre for European Reform, and Bill Cash of the European Scrutiny Committee, discuss the latest Brexit developments.

BBC Newsnight: EU-27 deals

02 March 2018
Charles Grant, director of the Centre for European Reform told Mark Urban that although quite a few EU countries want a broader deal than the Commission, France and Germany, they lack a leader (from 17.18 mins).

BBC Radio 4 - The World Tonight: Selmayr controversy

27 February 2018
Agata Gostyńska-Jakubowska, a senior research fellow at the Centre for European Reform speaks to Adam Fleming about Martin Selmayr and his new role (from 24:21 mins).

Tok FM: Corbyn opowiedział się za nową unią celną z UE. Jaką?

27 February 2018
Agata Gostyńska-Jakubowska speaks to Tok FM about Jeremy Corbyn's speech on Brexit and the customs union on 27th February 2018.

The Tony Blair Institute for Global Change - Podcast: A Germany special - politics and defence

19 February 2018
Shashank Joshi and Simon Tilford of the Tony Blair Institute for Global Change sit down with the Centre for European Reform's Sophia Besch to discuss the twists and turns of Germany's coalition talks, and the state of Germany's military. 

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