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Brexit

The Brexit negotiations started on 19 June 2017 setting in train the formal process for the UK to leave the EU. Since then the EPC has been closely tracking the ongoing negotiations and the political, social and economic implications for the EU, as well as what Brexit will mean for the EU's future relations with the UK as a third country and for the future of Europe more broadly.
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Brexit

Publications

Brexit / COMMENTARY
No-deal Brexit may be the only way out for Boris Johnson
By Larissa Brunner - 24/07/2019
Brexit / COMMENTARY
Towards a no-deal Brexit in October
By Larissa Brunner - 13/06/2019
Brexit / BOOK
Ensuring a post-Brexit level playing field
By Fabian Zuleeg , Larissa Brunner - 20/05/2019
Brexit / POLICY BRIEF
Brexit: No stable equilibrium
By Larissa Brunner - 18/04/2019
Article 50 / COMMENTARY
The case against a long extension of Article 50
By Larissa Brunner - 21/03/2019
Article 50 / COMMENTARY
Extending Article 50: One step too far for the EU?
By Fabian Zuleeg , Larissa Brunner - 26/02/2019
Brexit / COMMENTARY
Westminster has less power over Brexit than it may think
By Larissa Brunner - 11/12/2018
Brexit / COMPENDIUM
Brexit: An unprecedented journey
By Fabian Zuleeg , Larissa Brunner - 26/11/2018

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Policy Analyst
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Brexit, Digital, Germany
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