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03 June 2019
El Pais
No así, en aguas territoriales libias, como recuerda Camino Mortera-Martínez, experta legal del Center for European Reform. “Lo que intenta la UE es que no lleguen a aguas internacionales porque ahí estarían obligados a la búsqueda y rescate. En las aguas libias es Libia quien tiene la responsabilidad”.

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02 June 2019
The Express
Pop Man of Steel Superman Vinyl Figure Director of foreign policy at the Centre for European Reform, Ian Bond, has claimed there are two key reasons Trump won’t be offering the UK a post-Brexit trade deal on this trip.Mr Bond believes the UK and the US’s conflicting stances of Chinese tech firm Huawei could put a trade deal on ice.Mr Bond said: “Traditionally, the UK would use a state visit by a US president to reinforce the important bilateral defence and security ties that make the special relationship special.

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02 June 2019
The Wall Street Journal
“I don’t think we will be signing a large-scale trade agreement with the US any time soon,” said Sam Lowe, a trade expert at the Centre for European Reform, a London-based think tank. The only way that could happen in the short term is if the UK leaves the EU without a deal to smooth its exit, he added, a prospect that the government has warned could do serious damage to the economy.
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02 June 2019
The Guardian
“Greens could be kingmakers in the decision process,” said Agata Gostyńska-Jakubowska, senior research fellow at the Centre for European Reform think-tank. They have already had an impact on the race to replace commission president Jean-Claude Juncker, she added, by making it clear that they will only support a candidate who backs their agenda. “What you see is that all of the hopefuls are becoming more green.” 

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As Christian Odendahl, chief economist at the Centre for European Reform, puts it: “Finding the next ECB chief is part of a larger puzzle of hugely important personnel decisions that EU leaders have to make after the European Parliament elections.”
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31 May 2019
The Irish Times
In an invaluable new paper Sam Lowe looks in detail at the kind of alternative arrangements that would be needed to keep the Border free of physical infrastructure and associated checks after Brexit.He points out that, even if efficient systems of online predeclaration of goods, trusted trader schemes and tracking technology are developed, some checks will still be necessary away from the Border. And any system would require an intensification in anti-smuggling measures near the Border, either through intelligence-led policing or electronic surveillance.

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29 May 2019
The New Statesman
British food exporters would face tariffs of 14 per cent, according to the Centre for European Reform (CER). Car imports would face a 10 per cent tariff, and supply chains would be massively disrupted. Many British products would no longer be accredited to sell across the EU. British airlines could no longer be able to fly to, or within, Europe.

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29 May 2019
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“There will be a push for more environmental policies in Europe,” said Camino Mortera-Martinez, a senior research fellow at the Centre for European Reform, a think-tank. “Co-ordination with the US will depend on who is president and on how strongly candidates in the election will push for a Green New Deal.”
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In the Press - ECB contender Weidmann: A star at home facing scepticism abroad

29 May 2019
The Financial Times
“To meet the challenges that lie ahead — a weakening eurozone economy and a potential debt crisis in Italy — the ECB will need to implement bolder monetary policy than seen to date,” said Christian Odendahl of the Centre for European Reform think-tank. “The eurozone needs someone bolder than Draghi — not a conservative like Weidmann.”

In the Press - Jeremy Hunt's no-deal Brexit flip-flopping hardly inspires confidence

28 May 2019
The Telegraph
Jungle Safari Animals Theme Personalised Birthday Party Invitations - Th45 "Ultimately, the question of whether the Withdrawal Agreement could ever be reopened is entirely political: is it in the EU's interest to do so?" the Centre for European Reform's trade guru Sam Lowe tells me. "Nothing about the proposals being put forward by some of the leadership candidates suggests it is."