I was contacted by Myra von Ondarza, a Masters student at Hamburg University, about an academic survey of ‘Euroblogs’. As my own blog has the title Euroblog that’s why she came across me. I’ve been asked a number of questions about my motivation to write this blog, and how I feel what I write is contributing to the development of a European public sphere. If you have a few minutes I would encourage you to participate in Myra’s survey. Some of the questions are quite complex, but I admire the way that the survey checks your EU knowledge as well as your blogging habits. For more reflections on this, please see A Fistful of Euros.
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This is actually a good one 😜
I will add that as a sarcastic final line to the blog post!
@jonworth The least plausible scenario I can come up with is this:
Johnson becomes PM, secures a majority in Parliament for a plan Brexit, secures an agreement with the EU on an orderly Brexit under article 50 TFEU and UK leaves the EU before the heat death of the Universe.
At #FreudenBrexit earlier I was asked for improbable Brexit scenarios... things that are just barely plausible.
So far I came up with 4...
Devastatingly on-point here from @PascalLTH.
"Brexiteers have used the Ref mandate to declare a right not just to leave the EU but to reorganise UK politics as a whole, and to reorganise it according to their beliefs"
Also H/T @13sarahmurphy https://t.co/B1haT69tDB
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