The UK risks stumbling into the next phase of negotiations with the EU without a plan, putting the country at an unnecessary disadvantage.
The Home Office may not be the right department to manage immigration policy after Brexit
The political declaration on the future UK-EU relationship offers the first concrete indication of what a trade deal might look like. But with lots of detail still to finalise, it also leaves significant room for manoeuvre.
Forecasts of the economic impacts of Brexit focus on the long-term and do not provide a guide to the immediate disruption from ‘no deal’.
The UK Government must propose its own version of the Irish border “backstop” in order for Brexit negotiations to proceed.
Key options and trade-offs for the Government's future trade relationship with the EU.
Customs arrangements after Brexit could cost UK traders £4bn.
A customs deal is necessary but not sufficient for frictionless trade after Brexit.
How the UK can become a powerful, independent player in international trade.