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Norway is closer to London than Brussels

06. sep. 2018

We knew leaving the EU would be a mess, but a clean Brexit should strengthen future relations between Britain and Norway.

The Norwegian parliament has disregarded the people and the Constitution

22. mars 2018

"The struggle against the EU Energy market package and ACER has triggered fierce opposition and strong feelings among the Norwegian people, not heard of since the EU referendum in 1994," says Kathrine Kleveland, leader of 'No to the EU'.

Why Norwegians now want a referendum on quitting the European Economic Area

10. mai 2017

Published in Brexitcentral.com. Written by Morten Harper, Research Manager at Nei til EU (No to the EU), Norway’s leading organisation campaigning against Norwegian membership of the European Union.

The EEA: A Warning from Norway

06. feb. 2017

This research paper, The EEA: A Warning from Norway, is written by Helle Hagenau, Head of International and former Secretary General of No to EU in Norway.

Dear Britain, don't make the same mistake Norway did – you don't want to be inside the EEA

02. feb. 2017

On Friday morning the High Court chose to block a legal case that sought to make triggering Article 127of the European Economic Area (EEA) Treaty subject to parliamentary authorisation.

NtEU Facts: The agreement between EU and South Korea as an example

02. mai 2016

Is there a viable alternative to the EEA Agreement that can be based on more modern trade and integration practices on the EU’s part?

NtEU Facts: The Free Trade Agreement between the EU and Switzerland

02. mai 2016

If Norway chooses to terminate the EEA Agreement, a trade regime like the one between Switzerland and the EU is a not unlikely outcome.

NtEU Facts: The European Free Trade Association (EFTA)

13. april 2016

EFTA has established one of the world’s most comprehensive networks of Free Trade Agreements, FTAs, with 25 free trade agreements (covering 36 countries, in addition to the EU). This is a translation of NtEU facts no. 5 in 2013.