The impact of Brexit on services has not received nearly enough attention
The focus is on goods but services generate 80 per cent of national output
CBI Director-General: Brexit is "a really significant threat" to business
Carolyn Fairbairn tells Prospect a no-deal outcome would bring chaos—and more firms will soon start activating their contingency plans
The government is in a Brexit hole yet it keeps digging
A former British ambassador to the EU asks whether the stalemate can be resolved
A potential Brexit landing point moves slowly into view?
Last month Sam Lowe argued that something like single market membership for goods could solve the Irish issue. In light of the crunch Chequers summit, re-read his view
Nicky Morgan on Brexit: “Undoubtedly we are not going to be ready”
The Chair of the Treasury Select Committee says the transition will not be long enough—and takes a pop at Boris Johnson for good measure
Former Ambassador to EU: We could stay in customs union
Stephen Wall says the Irish border could thwart hard exit
Why Theresa May should ask for a "shared market"
The phrase “managed divergence” has attracted much mystification in Westminster. But there is a way forward
Labour and the single market: baby steps, new ambiguities
Transitional deals have at this point become a glaring distraction
Why the debate about a Brexit transition is a phoney war
From the Customs Union to free movement, we are still just chatting amongst ourselves. When we put our plans to Europe, there will be a painful collision with reality
Chuka Umunna: Single market membership is crucial to Labour's mission
Labour has committed to single market membership during the Brexit transitional period—and potentially beyond. In June, Chuka Umunna argued that membership is crucial for our economy—and doesn’t stop us from controlling immigration
Britain’s post-Brexit future is bright
We enter these negotiations with an advantage
The Miller case: a tale of four parliaments?
One aspect of the Supreme Court’s ruling last week that might have escaped your attention