The Brexit effect is tearing up the rules of government
Political divisions over Brexit are creating a culture of secrecy in Whitehall.
In the six government departments most affected by Brexit, preparations for leaving the EU will cost at least £400m in the 2017/18 financial year.
How the UK can become a powerful, independent player in international trade.
This paper looks at the challenges facing the civil service during Brexit.
Making a success of Brexit will require coordinated effort across Whitehall.
Parliamentary scrutiny of Brexit is off to a shaky start, with Parliament already running over 30 separate inquiries into the issue.
Brexit could cost £65m a year and mean hiring at least 500 new civil servants.
Preparing for, negotiating and implementing Britain’s exit from the European Union will preoccupy Whitehall and government in the coming months and years.
Since Britain’s vote to leave the EU, the focus has been on the economic impact and the ensuing political turmoil. But a series of major government projects, urgent decisions and on-going policy priorities have been thrown into uncertainty.