14 December 2017

EFTA Court President Carl Baudenbacher has proposed his court as a mechanism for enforcing the UK’s agreements with the EU after Brexit. The EFTA Court is a technically attractive solution, but one with political costs, says Lewis Lloyd.

12 December 2017

The performance of ministers since Friday’s Brexit deal is undermining confidence in the UK. That will cost us in negotiations and will do nothing to reassure business, argues Jill Rutter.

08 December 2017

The Prime Minister’s early morning dash to Brussels has resulted in a European Commission recommendation of "sufficient progress". Jill Rutter looks at what this means for future talks.

06 December 2017

The Welsh and Scottish Governments are considering the introduction of 'continuity bills' to pre-empt a Westminster power grab. But even if this legislation passes it could still face a challenge in the courts, argues Jack Kellam.

06 December 2017

The Irish Ambassador says Brexit will affect many of the underlying agreements between the two parts of the island. So finding a solution to the border is only the beginning, argues Tim Durrant.

24 November 2017

Of the key issues to be covered in the EU withdrawal agreement, the gritty negotiation is happening on citizens’ rights. The UK is making all the concessions, and they may need to make more before sufficient progress is made, argues Joe Owen.

22 November 2017

In the Budget, the Chancellor gave money to Brexit, the NHS and housing. Bronwen Maddox looks at how the announcements stack up, saying he cannot afford to be this generous for long.

15 November 2017

Michael Gove’s proposal of a new environment watchdog after Brexit will allay some fears but he needs to be clear about its remit if it is going to fill the 'governance gap', argues Jill Rutter.

13 November 2017

The delayed EU Withdrawal Bill finally returns to the Commons this week. Jill Rutter argues that the Government needs to engage with Parliament properly if the timetable for scrutiny is not to be compressed further.

10 November 2017

Brexit spending is being micro-managed by the Treasury. The Chancellor must relax the purse strings and use the Budget to properly fund Brexit preparations, argues Joe Owen.

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