17 April 2018

The UK Government has referred the Scottish and Welsh EU continuity bills to the Supreme Court. Akash Paun and Christopher Caden argue that this will do little to resolve the underlying problem of poor relations between the UK and devolved governments.

13 April 2018

Millions of EU nationals living in Britain will need to apply for ‘settled status’ after Brexit. With tight timelines and groups needing help with their application, Joe Owen argues that Home Office belligerence must end.

11 April 2018

David Davis has allegedly won a Whitehall battle over the level of ambition in the next phase of Brexit talks. But, Jill Rutter says, the UK needs workable propositions more than hundreds of more negotiators.

23 March 2018

The EU’s negotiating guidelines show the challenge the Prime Minister faces in achieving her Mansion House vision for post-Brexit trade, says Jill Rutter.

22 March 2018

The demands of Brexit have turned several government departments – like Defra and DExEU – into recruitment hotspots. And there will be more to come, says Aron Cheung, as departments like the Home Office and HMRC prepare to operate in a new landscape.

22 March 2018

At this week’s European Council meeting, the 27 member states will agree their negotiating guidelines for talks on the future UK-EU relationship. They all have their own priorities, but solidarity will prevail, says Tim Durrant.

19 March 2018

Today Michel Barnier and David Davis – exuding joint bonhomie – paid tribute to their teams and unveiled a colour-coded legal text for endorsement by the European Council later this week. But, Jill Rutter warns, it's not time to call off the contingency planning.

14 March 2018

The Spring Statement shows what Whitehall departments want to spend on Brexit in the coming year. Lewis Lloyd argues that the numbers show a move in policy from development to implementation.

06 March 2018

With the Welsh and Scottish governments taking steps to pre-empt the EU Withdrawal Bill through their own continuity bills, the UK has moved a step closer to constitutional crisis, argues Jack Kellam.

02 March 2018

Since her Lancaster House speech in January 2017, the Prime Minister has reiterated the need for a “deep and special” partnership with the EU. Finally, writes Jill Rutter, she is offering some detail.

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