Britain is hard at work on leaving the European nuclear agency—for no discernible purposeby Christopher Grey / April 9, 2018 / Leave a comment
In Theresa May’s January 2017 Lancaster House speech it emerged for the first time that the government’s plan for Brexit included leaving Euratom, and this was confirmed in the Article 50 notification letter. This prompted a flurry of media interest in this hitherto rarely discussed issue. Most of that interest has since died down. But the subject remains of pressing importance. So what’s been happening?