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RTÉ Radio 1: Morning Ireland

29 March 2019
Agata Gostyńska-Jakubowska a senior research fellow at the Centre for European Reform spoke to RTÉ Radio 1: Morning Ireland about the Brexit chaos.

BBC Radio 4: The Briefing Room: Britain's future

28 March 2019
With the route of the UK’s departure from the European Union still unclear, this week David Aaronovitch looks at Britain’s place in the world and assesses what lies ahead in the next stage of negotiations with the EU. Joining David in the Briefing Room are: Ngaire Woods, Dean of the Blavatnik School of Government at Oxford University, Sam Lowe, Senior Research Fellow at the Centre for European Reform, Meg Russell, Director of the Constitutional Unit at University College London and Stefanie Bolzen, London Correspondent of German newspaper, Welt.

The Zeitgeist: German and European security at a crossroads

21 March 2019
In this episode of The Zeitgeist, Dr Jana Puglierin (Deutsche Gesellschaft für Auswärtige Politik e.V. ) and Sophia Besch (Centre for European Reform ) join Jeff Rathke to talk about the direction Germany’s security policy is taking. They cover four fundamental questions: What is Germany’s role in European security? Are the changes in German policy adequate for the changing international security environment? How are Germany and France seeking to strengthen their co-operation? And how can the United States and Germany manage their frictions in the interest of a stronger transatlantic relationship?

The Spectator Podcast: Have chances of a no-deal Brexit increased?

21 March 2019
Charles Grant director of the CER talks to Katy Balls about the probability of Britain leaving the EU without a deal, he argues that it is very unlikely, because both Parliament and the European Council will try to prevent no deal.

Channel 4 News: May's last-ditch dash to Brussels to salvage her Brexit deal

21 March 2019
Charles Grant, director of the Centre for European Reform joins Gary Gibbon to discuss the possible next steps in the Brexit negoitations (from 15:50 mins).

Channel 4 News: Brussels exerts control over Brexit

20 March 2019
Agata Gostyńska-Jakubowska a senior research fellow at the Centre for European Reform spoke to Matt Frei about what happens next in the Brexit process.

France Culture: Les convulsions du Brexit et l'Europe (en direct du salon du livre de Paris)

16 March 2019
Charles Grant, director of the Centre for European Reform along with Florence Faucher, Vivien Pertusot and Adrien Rodd, spoke on France Culture about the fast approach of Brexit, the divisions in the UK and the future realtions between the EU and the UK.

Deutsche Welle: Stammtisch: One year GroKo - Road to nowhere?

15 March 2019
As Angela Merkel's government reaches its first birthday, Stammtisch asks whether it really has the staying power to make it to the 2021 elections. Centre of European Reform's Christian Odendahl, New York Time's correspondent Melissa Eddy and Berlin Policy Journal's Bettina Vestring also join host Damien McGuinness with the latest on Brexit and get in the mood for St. Patrick's Day in Germany.

Brexit stands to hurt the rest of the EU, too

14 March 2019
“A no-deal which results in the erection of tariff and non-tariff barriers would be particularly damaging to the EU economy as well as the British economy” Ian Bond, director of foreign policy at the Centre for European Reform, told Stephen Beard.

Parliament Live: International Trade Committee

13 March 2019
Sam Lowe, a senior research fellow at the Centre for European Reform, along with Lucia Quaglia, Catherine Bernard and Alan Winters gave evidence on trade in services. 

Info Radio: Politikwissenschaftler: "Mays Deal ist noch nicht tot"

13 March 2019
Das britische Unterhaus hat am Dienstagabend über den Brexit-Vertrag abgestimmt und den Deal von Premierministerin May erneut abgelehnt. Politikwissenschaftler Leonard Schütte lebt und arbeitet in London. Er erklärte im Inforadio, auch wenn es grotesk erscheine: Mays Brexit-Vertrag mit der EU habe noch eine Chance.

BBC Newshour: Brexit deal rejected

12 March 2019
Sam Lowe a senior research fellow at the Centre for European Reform spoke to BBC Newshour about Theresa May loosing the parliamentary vote on the Brexit Withdrawal Bill for a second time. MPs defeated the deal, which had been agreed with the European Union, by 391 votes to 242.

Gazeta: Londyn igra z ogniem. "Twardy brexit może wydarzyć się przez przypadek"Decydujący tydzień

11 March 2019
To będzie tydzień prawdy dla brexitu. - Nie wykluczam wyjścia Wielkiej Brytanii z UE bez porozumienia, które mogłoby się wydarzyć przez przypadek - mówi Agata Gostyńska-Jakubowska, starsza analityk Centre European for Reform.

FIIA Day: Transforming the political landscape of the EU in 2019

04 March 2019
Agata Gostyńska-Jakubowska is a senior research fellow at the Centre for European Reform, joined other speakers to discuss: the European elections of 2019 and how they will be a test case for the mainstream European parties and their legitimacy. Having faced serious challenges in national elections due to changing political cleavages and emergence of new political movements, their European postures will now be put into test. A lot depends on how the agenda for the elections will look like. 

BBC Newsnight: Will a UK-US trade deal lower food standards in the UK?

01 March 2019
Sam Lowe, as senior research fellow at the Centre for European Reform spoke to Ben Chu for Newsnight, on the US opening position for US-UK trade deal negotiations.

Polityka Insight: Ryzyka i Trendy: Czy można uratować umowę brexitową

20 February 2019
In today's Insight Polityka podcast, Marek Świerczyński talks to Agata Gostyńska-Jakubowska from the Centre for European Reform think-tank. Gostyńska-Jakubowska wonders how to overcome the Brexit deadlock.

Tok FM: Czy pozycja negocjacyjna Wielkiej Brytanii słabnie?

11 February 2019
Agata Gostyńska-Jakubowska a senior research fellow at the Centre for European Reform commented on Theresa May’s attempt to reach out to Labour party in search for a compromise on Brexit.

Euronews: May turns to Dublin

08 February 2019
"The EU-27 have already made significant concessions –which we barely hear about in UK– it’s unfair to say the EU hasn’t been flexible. Theresa May needs to put forward proposals to break the deadlock in UK parliament", Agata Gostyńska-Jakubowska tells Euronews.

Channel 4 News: Brexit talks

07 February 2019
Charles Grant, director of the Centre for European Reform spoke to Gary Gibbon, "May can say she's got some reassurance that legally the backstop cannot be forever", (from 3:08 mins).

BBC News: Brussels Brexit talks

07 February 2019
“Nothing has really changed ...I think she [Theresa May] knew the withdrawal agreement was not up for negotiation – the political declaration is ...but she had to come here anyway”, Camino Mortera-Martinez tells BBC News.