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Supervision after Brexit

In Supervision after Brexit, the Institute for Government argues that there is a hole in the Government’s

Resetting the backstop

In this paper, Open Europe examines how the UK and EU arrived at the current impasse over

Understanding the economic impact of Brexit

Government and independent forecasts of the economic impacts of Brexit focus on the long-term effects and do

No deal: the economic consequences and how they could be mitigated

This macroeconomic study of the impact of a ‘No Deal’ Brexit concludes that a UK withdrawal from

Beyond Brexit

The left in the UK has weathered the stormy years since Brexit in a tactical pose. But

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By Raphael Hogarth; Alex Stojanovic; Jill Rutter

In Supervision after Brexit, the Institute for Government argues that there is a hole in the Government’s Brexit proposals, because…

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By David Shiels; Dominic Walsh

In this paper, Open Europe examines how the UK and EU arrived at the current impasse over the Irish backstop…

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By Gemma Tetlow; Alex Stojanovic

Government and independent forecasts of the economic impacts of Brexit focus on the long-term effects and do not provide a…

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By Aarti Shankar; Stephen Booth; Henry Newman

This macroeconomic study of the impact of a ‘No Deal’ Brexit concludes that a UK withdrawal from the European Union…

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By Olivia Bailey

The left in the UK has weathered the stormy years since Brexit in a tactical pose. But time spent discussing…

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By Various Authors

Now in its seventh year, Reform and Deloitte’s The State of the State reflects on the most pressing public sector…

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By Various Authors

The Institute of Economic Affairs unveils a comprehensive, alternative framework for future trade relationships between the United Kingdom and the…

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By Jacqueline Hale

Jacqueline Hale argues that as like-minded partners, sharing many policy traditions, norms and standards the EU and UK have every…

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By Jonathan Thomas

The impression given to the UK public has been of an immigration system that is out of control. Successive UK…

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