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If the UK is going to win any ground for a bespoke deal with the EU it will be on security, argues Bronwen Maddox.
The UK and devolved governments are edging towards agreement on the EU Withdrawal Bill. Akash Paun says a deal hinges on both sides making significant concessions.
The Foreign Secretary’s highly-trailed speech does little to make the Government’s view on Brexit much clearer, says Jill Rutter.
The UK Government isn’t talking to business about Brexit preparations. This leaves them with little choice but to look to the EU for details, argues Joe Owen.
Northamptonshire’s financial difficulties are a warning about the sustainability of local government finances. But it’s also a sign of much deeper issues in Whitehall, argues Dr Emily Andrews.
Newly-released slides from the European Commission reveal it fears regulatory competition from the UK after Brexit. This could be a useful lever for the UK in negotiations, says Jill Rutter.
While the Nuclear Safeguards Bill is an important step towards avoiding a regulatory gap for the UK’s nuclear industry post-Brexit, there are still many uncertainties argues Susanna Smith.
If it wants to gain legitimacy with the public, the Government must show how it uses evidence in policy making, says Dr Catherine Haddon.
The Government is tying itself in knots over the Brexit economic impact assessment. But Jill Rutter says it must publish the assessment so it can move on to dealing with the impact of leaving the EU.
We can’t completely abandon outsourcing in reaction to the Carllion collapse, but the way we manage public services has to change, says Dr Emily Andrews.