We looked inside some of the tweets by @CER_Grant and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
Shanker Singham tells Brexit comm: "I don't think we should be afraid of this, it is quite likely that we will be in litigation over Northern Ireland protocol and that is not the end of the world. In fact, litigation is quite often a very good way of clarifying your obligations"
Thus speaks a man who lives very far from here. https://t.co/mdghMLWuqy
British business leaders are very nervous about the consequences of no deal. They have said rather little this year, for fear that attempts to influence the government would be counter-productive. New insight article by @CER_Grant https://t.co/3doirFbv05
The words 'could', 'may well' and 'possibly' figure prominently in this piece by @CER_Grant. Can only hope his analysis that a deal on #Brexit remains 'plausible outcome' is correct. Trust and time the key variables - and there is less of either now than a month ago. https://t.co/KmXpH9wTXK
A fascinating read - Theodoric the Goth in Ravenna seems more interesting than Charles Michel and the recovery fund in Brussels. https://t.co/nCHwLvDZNB
In a new @CER_EU insight on #Brexit, I argue that EU & UK could still reach a deal. The pressures on BJ to get a deal will grow - eg need to demonstrate competence in light of Covid-19, Scottish politics, businesses screaming, Tory MPs speaking out. https://t.co/21AbE5ZBPS
Not impossible but it will require a drastic modification of the UK internal market bill before. https://t.co/rk0mFqAIgS