European Scrutiny Committee: PESCO and UK-EU defence co-operation

17 May 2023
Luigi Scazzieri gave evidence at the European Scrutiny Committee on the topic of UK-EU defence co-operation (from 14:43 mins).

Euronews: Bruselas, ¿te quiero?: La Unión Europea profundiza su división sobre China

15 April 2023
La redacción de Euronews en Bruselas les presenta el último episodio de nuestro programa de debate y análisis de la actualidad europea.

Euractiv: How safe are European banks?

23 March 2023
This week Sander Tordoir joinged the Beyond the Byline podcast to discuss the trouble in the financial markets, following the collapse of the US-based Silicon Valley Bank (SVB).

Spectator podcast: Will Sunak’s charm offensive with Macron work?

10 March 2023
Cindy Yu speaks to Fraser Nelson and Charles Grant, director of the Centre for European Reform after Rishi Sunak's visit to Paris to meet with President Emmanuel Macron.

Radio France - France Culture: Post-Brexit: les tourments du Royaume-Uni

04 March 2023
Rishi Sunak est attendu à Paris pour un sommet franco-britannique, le 10 mars. Le premier ministre de Charles III gouverne un pays rongé par l’inflation et des crises sociales. Le Royaume-Uni serait-il devenu l’homme malade de l’Europe, comme s’interrogeait récemment l’hebdomadaire The Economist ?
Avec Hélène Rey économiste, professeur à la London...

Spectator Podcast: Will the DUP accept Sunak’s deal?

17 February 2023
As it looks like the government is about to agree a new deal with the European Union on the Northern Ireland Protocol, Rishi Sunak is in Belfast today meeting with the DUP. Will they accept a compromise?
Max Jeffery speaks to Isabel Hardman and Charles Grant, director of the Centre for...

BBC World Business Report: New EU sanctions for Russia?

15 February 2023
Zach Meyers, a senior research fellow at the Centre for European Reform BBC World Business report about the effectiveness of sanctions against Russia (from 2.00 mins).

CGTN Europe: The impacts of US Inflation Reduction Act on Europe

06 February 2023
Zach Meyers, senior research fellow at the Centre for European Reform joins CGTN Europe to discuss EU-US trade talks.

Klubradio: Egyre többen csalódnak a Brexitben

05 February 2023
 Az elmúlt hat és fél évben, a Brexit-referendum óta, megosztott az ország, de azt kell mondjam, az elmúlt fél évben történt változások következtében ez az arány megbomlott és most már a megkérdezettek nagyjából 60 százaléka tartja azt, hogy az Unióban kellett volna maradni – mondja Charles Grant, a Centre for European Reform igazgatója Londonban. Ez persze nem jelenti azt, hogy csatlakozna az ország az Unióhoz. Nem akarnak az emberek egy újabb, mocskos kampányt végigcsinálni.

Euronews: Bruselas, ¿te quiero? La migración en la UE y el envío de tanques a Ucrania

04 February 2023
Camino Mortera-Martinez from the CER joins MEPs Juan Fernando López Aguilar and Javier Zarzalejos to discuss the most popular European topics of the week.

Atlantic Debrief: What's in store for transatlantic industrial policy? | A Debrief from Zach Meyers

01 February 2023
On this episode of #AtlanticDebrief, Jörn Fleck sits down with Centre for European Reform Senior Research Fellow Zach Meyers to discuss the latest developments in the transatlantic industrial policy debate.

Spectator podcast: Are we close to a breakthrough on the Northern Ireland Protocol?

01 February 2023
The Times has reported that a partial agreement has been made over the Northern Ireland Protocol. Why are the government playing down the progress made over the Irish border? Cindy Yu speaks to Katy Balls and Charles Grant, director of the Centre for European Reform. 

TRT World: Why is Germany reluctant to throw its support behind Ukraine?

17 January 2023
Pressure is mounting on Germany to send Leopard tanks to Ukraine. Ian Bond, director of foreign policy at the Centre for European Reform, talks about why Berlin is hesitating to throw its support behind Kiev.

LRT TV: Žinios. Naujausia „Eurobarometro“ apklausa: lietuviai – bene mažiausiai užtikrinti dėl savo ateities karo Ukrainoje akivaizdoje

12 January 2023
Anot I. Bondo, dalies šalių, pavyzdžiui, Graikijos, poziciją galima paaiškinti ekonominiais ryšiais su Rusija, kuriems trukdo sankcijos. Bet kitų valstybių gyventojų nuomonę suprasti sunku.„Baltijos šalys irgi kažkada glaudžiai bendradarbiavo su Rusija ir Baltarusija, bet tai neturi įtakos Ukrainos palaikymui. Nemanau, kad to priežastis – vien ekonominiai sumetimai“, – įsitikinęs Europos reformų centro užsienio politikos vadovas.

Ceska Televize: Dobře odvedená práce za velmi složitých podmínek, hodnotí komentátoři z Bruselu Čechy

02 January 2023
„Celkově to byl fantastický výkon, zvláště proto, o jak těžkou dobu se jednalo,“ hodnotí české předsednictví vedoucí bruselské kanceláře Centra pro evropskou reformu Camino Mortera-Martinez.

NHK News 7: Gas prices

21 December 2022
"So houses that were already more vulnerable to energy poverty to begin with are now going to be suffering even more. And I think for this reason, it is important to make sure that policies that aim at helping out consumers start out by targeting those that are in the most vulnerable positions", said Elisabetta Cornago, a senior research fellow at the Centre for European Reform.

ITV News: Brexit costs government £40 billion a year in lost tax revenue

20 December 2022
The difference in performance between his “doppelgänger UK economy” and the real thing is stark. Mr Springford’s latest update estimates that Brexit reduced Britain’s GDP by 5.5% by the second quarter of 2022.

Euronews: Brussels my love: Hungary's stalled EU funding and 70 years of EU Parliament

26 November 2022
Camino Mortera-Martinez said she had an issue with the European Parliament claiming that it's the only democratically elected institution in the European Union.
“We have to think of the Council as an association of governments who are very much elected in the member-states. And I think if you are going to...

BBC: The Context with Christian Fraser- First meeting of the European Political Community

06 October 2022
The idea behind the European Political Community is that Europe can have more geopolitical muscle than just EU member-states or countries on their own. European countries will be able to support Ukraine and stand up to Russia with one voice, Charles Grant tells Christian Fraser (from 2:58 mins).

Doomsday watch podcast: Putin's mobilisation gamble

01 October 2022
As Putin announces a military mobilisation and Russian men flee for the border, is his gamble of extra troops set to pay off on the battlefield? Ian Bond of the Centre for European Reform joins to discuss the Kremlin's call-up, and increasing nuclear sabre-rattling.