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BBC Radio 4 - Today programme: US-UK trade deal: Too good to be true?

13 August 2019
Sam Lowe, a senior research fellow at the Centre for European Reform discussed US-UK trade deals, and if deals could be done sector by sector (from 06.48am).

BBC News: Post-Brexit trade deals

13 August 2019
“One of the possibilities...is perhaps a deal by which Trump says to the UK I'll exclude you from my trade war tariffs if you support us on Huawei, or Iran, or China – this would technically be a quick deal if not a fully-fledged free trade agreement”, Sam Lowe, a...

Sky News: Brexit trade

13 August 2019
John Bolton is not a trade envoy–his concerns are Iran, China, Huawei “He is using the carrot of a potential free trade agreement with the US -something the UK and Brexit supporters have wanted for a while- as a means of applying pressure to the UK” Sam Lowe, a senior...

Radio 2 - Jeremy Vine: Facebook Ads and Trade Deals

13 August 2019
“The UK does need to decide: if it just wants to throw all its eggs into one basket with the US when at this moment in time the person running the US isn’t maybe the stable genius that he likes to think he is?” Sam Lowe, a senior research fellow at the Centre for European Reform told Jeremy Vine (from 13:36).

BBC World News: Post-Brexit trade deals

13 August 2019
“The US is a strong operator in trade agreements – it tends to get what it wants by being tough and pursuing its own interests, and it will make use of the fact that Britain post-Brexit will be very much in bad need of a trade deal" Charles Grant, director of the Centre for European Reform tells BBC World.

BBC News: UK heading for no-deal Brexit

06 August 2019
UK appears to be heading for a no-deal Brexit, Ian Bond, director of foreign policy at the Centre for European Reform tells BBC News with Boris Johnson making Theresa May's red lines redder and harder to cross. “The way out of it is for Boris Johnson to reconsider those red lines, but at the moment that’s not the position he’s in”.

The Spectator Podcast: Will the EU compromise for Boris?

02 August 2019
As the UK government ramps up its no deal Brexit planning, is there any chance of a compromise with the EU on a deal? In this week’s magazine, James Forsyth looks at how seriously Brussels is taking Boris Johnson’s threats. He suggests that until parliament signals it can pass a deal, the EU...

Voice of America: As Brexit storm gathers, Britain looks to Trump for hope

01 August 2019
In the US, the Democrats control the House of Representatives and have vowed to uphold the Good Friday Agreement that ended the conflict in Northern Ireland — something imperiled by Brexit, said John Springford of the CER.

Sky News: New Prime Minister

01 August 2019
Agata Gostyńska-Jakubowska argued that a threat to withdraw 39 billion euro was not a wise negotiating strategy. She pointed out that it would also undermine the UK’s credibility in the eyes of other global powers who the UK wants to strike free deals with.

Channel 4 News: EU must recognise current Brexit deal not going to pass Commons

29 July 2019
As the government ramps up its no deal planning, Boris Johnson has insisted a new deal with the EU is still a possibility.

ZDF: Vorgeschmack auf den Brexit

29 July 2019
Charles Grant, director of the Centre for European Reform spoke to ZDF about Brexit from (1.35 mins).

BBC Radio 4- Today programme: Brexit options

24 July 2019
Sam Lowe, a senior research fellow at the Centre for European Reform discussed the potential Brexit options available to Boris Johnson and the trade-offs inherent to each (from 69 mins).

Parliament Live: International Trade Committee - IT failures in the financial services sector

24 July 2019
Sam Lowe, a senior research fellow at the Centre for European Reform, along with Dr Lorand Bartels, Dr Anna Jerzewska and Robert Hardy, gave evidence on IT failures in the financial services sector.

Room for Thought: Europe - a Leaver and Remainer talk across the divide

20 July 2019
Charles Grant, director of the Centre for European Reform and Douglas Carswell discussed thier differing views of Europe in this interview.

BBC World Service: The Real story - Europe's migration standoff

20 July 2019
Luigi Scazzieri a research fellow at the Centre for European Reform discusses is it time for the EU to forge a new pact on migration and asylum?

Peston Live ITV: Geek of the week

10 July 2019
What would the EU have made of what Boris Johnson and Jeremy Hunt said about Brexit in the ITV debate? Our Geek Of The Week Agata Gostyńska-Jakubowska of  the Centre for European Reform scored it 7:1 on the ‘unicorn’ scale to Boris Johnson.

The Spectator Podcast: Who are Europe's new leaders?

06 July 2019
With Henry Newman, Director of Open Europe, and Charles Grant, Director of the Centre for European Reform. Presented by Katy Balls.

LBC: No deal Brexit GATT 24

26 June 2019
The no deal Brexit GATT 24 debate feels like a diversion, Sam Lowe , a senior research fellow at the Centre for European Reform tells Iain Dale on LBC – it would require an agreement, and it wouldn’t deal with no deal regulatory barriers/checks/documentation anyway.

BBC Radio 4 - PM: EU negotiations with Switzerland

20 June 2019
Sam Lowe, a senior research fellow at the Centre for European Reform spoke to the Radio 4 PM programme on the EU negotiations with Switzerland (from 51 mins).

Talk Radio: Conservative leaders debate

16 June 2019
Agata Gostyńska-Jakubowska speaks to John Nicolson on Talk Radio about the Conservative leadership battle (from 01.38 mins).

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