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If you didn’t read or catch these interviews first time round you might like to refresh your browsers and listen to our new B4B national media articles and interviews.

If you didn’t read or catch these interviews first time round you might like to refresh your browsers and listen to our new B4B national media articles and interviews. It’s been a busy week for us and our contributors who are setting the agenda on Brexit and countering the over-hyped concerns of Remainers. 

Graham Gudgin has co-authored with the Ireland diplomat Ray Bassett (former ambassador to Canada, Jamaica and the Bahamas) a report published by Policy Exchange, “Getting over the Line”, https://policyexchange.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/Getting-over-the-line.pdf.  It explains (yet again!) how the Ireland border can be managed.  This is now well known, and the conclusion that the issue is being ‘weaponized’ is unavoidable. 

Graham wrote an article on this report for Brexit Central, do read. https://brexitcentral.com/post-brexit-irish-border-without-physical-infrastructure-fully-attainable/

Robert Tombs has written an article for the Spectator published this week: Our great universities are struggling – but not because of Brexit:  https://www.spectator.co.uk/2018/05/our-great-universities-are-struggling-but-not-because-of-brexit/  our capacity to attract the best brains seems to depend on universities in other countries remaining worse.

On Wednesday Lord David Trimble spoke on the  BBC Today Programme about the NI Border and Customs arrangements: You can listen to this important interview 2 hours 34 minutes into the programme: https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b0b1p5fn#play

On Tuesday Gwynthian Prins spoke on the BBC Today Programme about his recently published B4B article which has now had over 2,000 Views: https://briefingsforbrexit.com/the-galileo-spat-lesson-for-ministers/. You can listen 1 hr 13 mins into this programme. https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b0b1p51k

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