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Welcome to Project Brexit, an online platform the purpose of which is to provide information and analysis on the Brexit negotiation process, the individuals involved, timescales, and most importantly the possible impact of Brexit on a range of policy and business sectors.

We can help you navigate the next few years of uncertainty from both a UK and a European perspective. In particular we can help you:

  • Follow and make sense of the debate
  • Understand what various proposals on the future relationship between the UK and the EU will mean for your business
  • And crucially, influence the shape of a future deal to maximise opportunities for your business and minimise the threats

 
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With the government running against the clock to secure a trade deal with Tokyo by the end of the year, will the UK concede on its ambition for low tariffs on agricultural goods?

https://www.ft.com/content/3df986a2-fa57-4755-a799-0ce9cea4c38d

The impact of Brexit reaches underwater as the UK's opposition to a role for the European Court of Justice as an arbiter in future EU-UK disputes could lead to "chaos" in the Channel Tunnel. https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2020/jul/30/brexit-european-court-row-puts-eurotunnel-operations-at-risk

With the EU's coronavirus recovery programme agreed, the German Presidency of the Council of the EU can now focus on Brexit. But will Angela Merkel push for a trade agreement, even if it threatens EU principles?

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/politics/2020/07/21/eus-coronavirus-rescue-fund-deal-means-brexit/

“We continue to call on the EU and member states to protect the rights of UK nationals with faster implementation, longer application windows and clear communications, as the UK has done for EU citizens in the UK,” said a Foreign Office spokesperson.

https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2020/jul/19/uk-urges-eu-countries-to-ensure-britons-living-abroad-can-stay-after-brexit

Former "red wall" seats won by the Tories in last year's election stand to be most impacted should Brexit talks collapse. On top of the economic impact from coronavirus, these regions highly depend on trade with the EU.
https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2020/jul/16/no-deal-brexit-would-hit-red-wall-areas-hard-manufacturers-warn

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