Juliet Lodge summarises reactions on Twitter to the last-minute Brexit deal agreed between the UK and the EU. With Boris Johnson’s early promise of frictionless trade abandoned, and parliament given just one day to debate the deal, what does the future hold for Britain’s relationship with its largest trading partner?
Author: Juliet Lodge
Juliet has worked as professor of European integration and EU politics in universities in New Zealand, the EU and UK. Her research spans biometrics, AI and EU affairs, on which she has given expert evidence to many parliaments and to the EU. She also worked as a freelance writer for newspapers both here and abroad. She was elected EU woman of Europe for her voluntary work with communities, and supports freedom of movement and EU reform.
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