What should Brexit mean?

Although the UK might have voted to leave the European Union, the terms of its withdrawal and the nature of its future relationship with the EU remain to be settled. These will now be the subject of negotiations with the EU once the UK gives formal notice of its intention to leave. In the meantime, the UK government has to determine its stance and objectives in those talks.

This section covers questions about what Britain’s future relationship with the EU should be, including whether or not it should seek/be allowed to retain free trade with the EU and whether it should be expected to allow EU citizens to come to the UK to live and work.

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Public Attitudes towards a No Deal Brexit

4 September 2019

The arrival of Boris Johnson in Downing St has resulted in a marked change of tone in the debate about Brexit. The new administration has signalled that, if it is unable to secure a new Brexit deal by the scheduled date for the UK’s departure of 31 October, it will leave the EU without a […]

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