- What happens if there is no Brexit deal
Brexit negotiators will be busy for the next 18 months, but the impending question is: what happens if there is no deal? A report speculates on the options.
21st July 2017
- Brexit: two years to divorce or to know each other?
Perhaps 45 years of EU-UK partnership have not been enough to understand each other, says Prof. Ongaro of Open University.
23rd June 2017
- Brexit negotiations begin: 3 key points (and related solutions)
These are three points of disagreement in the positions of the UK and the EU on citizens' rights after Brexit.
19th June 2017
- Brexit still means Brexit but UK needs to mend bridges with the rest of Europe
An election called to give a stronger mandate to the British Prime Minister to deal with Brexit ended with a hung parliament. What does it mean for the UK-EU relations?
11th June 2017
- Parties' promises: a comparison of election manifestos
Three weeks before the elections, the biggest parties in Britain have presented their manifestos. What do they say about Brexit?
21st May 2017
- English could be a more succesful Esperanto in a post-Brexit EU
Though Esperanto did not have the success that its creator hoped, it could be that English succeeds in uniting the remaining European nations in a “common brotherhood”.
10th May 2017
- The 10 key points of EU's Brexit position
The European Union has set out its position for Brexit talks. Here are the 10 key points and how they are seen from the UK.
4th May 2017
- EU's Juncker: “We have prepared a Brexit agreement on citizens rights”
At the end of a special EU27 summit, the president of the European Commission said the text of a Brexit agreement guaranteeing rights of EU citizens in the UK and Britons living elsewhere in the EU is ready to be signed. But he doubted the UK would agree to it.
29th April 2017
- What the French election means for the UK
Centrist independent Macron and extreme-right populist Le Pen are the two run-off candidates in the French election. What difference the new French president will make in Brexit talks?
26th April 2017
- Brexit negotiations, EU getting tougher about citizens rights
Rights currently enjoyed by expatriates should not change after Brexit, argued the president of the European parliament during a visit to London this week.
21st April 2017
- Everyone agrees: citizens first in EU-UK negotiations
EU-UK negotiations will have an impact on the lives of some 4.5 million people. What will happen to their rights? Here is what official documents say.
5th April 2017
- Expat groups in Brussels to say #citizensfirst in Brexit negotiations
The day before the UK notifies the EU of its intention to leave, the EU Commission Chief Brexit negotiator met citizens rights groups.
28th March 2017
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