My top ten Brexit commentators/sources

For those who may be interested, a list of those I find the best sources of information, analysis and comment on Brexit, and whose work I often refer to on this blog. There are many more I could name, but, with a struggle, I’m confining it to my top ten (though with a bit of cheating by using people at the same institution as one choice).

In alphabetical order, with Twitter name (via which further links to websites etc may be found):

Centre for European Reform @CRE_EU (especially Sophia Besch, Research Fellow @SophiaBesch and Agata GostyƄska, Senior Research Fellow @AgataGostynska but many others)

Tony Connelly, Europe Editor, RTE @tconnellyRTE

Ian Dunt, Editor, politics.co.uk, @IanDunt

David Allen Green, Law and Policy commentator, Financial Times @davidallengreen

Katy Hayward, Reader in Sociology, Queen’s University Belfast @hayward_katy

Kirsty Hughes, Director, Scottish Centre on European Relations @KirstyS_Hughes

Institute for Government @instituteforgov (especially Joe Owen, Associate Director @jl_owen and Jill Rutter, Programme Director @jillongovt but others)

Jonathan Lis, Deputy Director, British Influence @jonlis1

Steve Peers, Professor of EU Law, Essex University @StevePeers

Nina Schick, Director of Data and Polling, Rasmussen Global @NinaDSchick


And since I agonized over keeping to ten, here are two more:

Peter Foster, Europe Editor, Daily Telegraph @pmdfoster

Georgina Wright, Researcher, Chatham House @GeorginaEWright

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