‘We don’t want Brexit to be the flat burger’, campaign says

Brexit has been compared to many things, but the idea of being sold a big juicy burger and ending up with a flat, badly made one is a novelty.

MEPs back Ukraine-style ‘association’ deal for post-Brexit UK

The European Parliament backed a Ukraine-style "association agreement" as the model for future EU-UK relations after Brexit.

NHS faces ‘serious challenges’ from Brexit, warns new report

Brexit poses “serious challenges” to the NHS in the form of longer waiting times, staff shortages and delays in the approval of new medicines, according to a report published on Wednesday (14 March).

The Brief – Another Groundhog Day

Another day, another Groundhog Day debate on Brexit.

Global Britain – a slogan without substance?

‘Global Britain’ has been one of the most popular slogans used by UK ministers, led by Foreign Minister Boris Johnson. What it actually means in practice is far from clear.

Baltic states against EU sanctions on Poland

Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia have confirmed that they are against imposing EU sanctions on Poland for alleged breaches to the rule of law. EURACTIV Poland reports.

London’s transportation network bans French Brexit advert

London’s transportation network has decided to ban an advert that sought to tempt businesses across the Channel to France after Brexit. reports.
Development Policy 09-03-2018

Brexit fear and loathing in development world

Talk to a development professional and Brexit looms large. It was no surprise, therefore, that Brexit dominated much of BOND’s annual conference in London in late February, a two-day gathering of hundreds of NGO wonks from Europe’s development sector.

Lost trade will nullify Brexit dividend, UK government admits

A free trade agreement with the EU would still cost the UK 4.8% of its expected economic growth over the next 15 years, according to a confidential government ‘EU exit analysis’ published on Thursday (8 March).

EU’s Brexit trade guidelines: key points

The EU's draft negotiating guidelines unveiled on Wednesday (7 March) set out plans for a free trade deal but stop well short of Prime Minister Theresa May's wish list.

Never mind ‘hard’ or ‘soft’, Brexit must not be brutal on youth

Never mind ‘hard’ or ‘soft’, an Italian MEP has warned against a ‘brutal’ Brexit.

No winners from post-Brexit trade pact, warn EU leaders

There will be no winners from a post-Brexit EU-UK trade agreement, EU leaders warned on Wednesday (7 March) as they unveiled the blueprint for a new partnership with Britain.