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 progress made in delivering Brexit since the EU referendum and what to expect in the frantic few months ahead.
Failure to secure a new agreement on policing and criminal justice after Brexit will make it harder to extradite dangerous criminals from the UK.
What are the possible scenarios for the next phase of Brexit – and what stands between the Prime Minister and her preferred outcome in March 2019?
Political divisions over Brexit are creating a culture of secrecy in Whitehall.
The UK Government must propose its own version of the Irish border “backstop” in order for Brexit negotiations to proceed.
Parliament’s ‘meaningful vote’ on the Brexit deal will be more than a yes-or-no choice.
All four governments of the UK – Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland and Westminster – must go back to the drawing board to redefine their relationships.
While the EU27 are likely to remain united in their approach to the Brexit negotiations, it is essential for the UK to understand the differences in their views.
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.