The EU referendum was last year and the Dutch and French elections have passed but, as the calendar shows, there is a lot more electoral and political risk coming down the pipe in Europe in the coming few years. As it stands, and without an extension, there is about 22 months until the UK leaves Europe.

So far however there has still been little movement on when the talks will actually begin. Things may pick up once we have a new president in France eager to make their mark. August means everything in Europe is closed. Then we’re back into election mode in Germany and a split vote and coalition building could take the time needed for a formation of a German government well past the September election into November. Article 50 couldn’t have been triggered at a busier time in European politics.

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