Britain and Europe, eight years after Brexit vote: Could UK election reset ties with EU? | EUROtoday

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It’s been virtually precisely eight years since British voters determined to depart the European Union, though that call didn’t grow to be lively till December 2020. Much of this final decade has been marked by a turbulent relationship between the UK’s ruling Conservatives and the EU. The opposition Labour Party seems to be poised to win again energy within the July 4 election, however are pro-Europeans’ hopes of a a lot nearer relationship misplaced? Our visitors argue that Labour chief Keir Starmer’s room for manoeuvre can be very restricted if he sticks with the present UK-EU settlement.