On 27 February, the UK and EU announced a new ‘Windsor Framework’ to make changes to the protocol on Ireland/Northern Ireland.
Debate continues about whether the government has delivered ‘benefits of Brexit’.
The government risks its reforms being seen as a failure by some (if not all) of farmers, environmentalists, taxpayers and consumers.
The government’s ‘Benefits of Brexit’ reads more like a short-term fillip for backbench MPs rather than a long-term plan
Bust-ups of this kind risk defining the post-Brexit EU-UK relationship
The UK–EU Trade and Cooperation Agreement has a mechanism for settling disputes. But how does it work?
Stephen Barclay is well-placed to improve and implement existing plans
Having left the EU, the UK is now free to design its own agricultural policy to replace the EU’s Common Agricultural Policy (CAP).
The government's choices will determine whether embracing regulatory freedom will outweigh the disadvantages of losing access to the single market.
The positive vision set out in Iain Duncan Smith’s new report on post-Brexit regulatory freedom fails to acknowledge the trade-offs involved.