Brexit Negotiations (updated 20 October 2017)
The British Chambers of Commerce Director of Trade Facilitation, Liam Smyth, has written an article on the implications for international trade in a post-Brexit Britain.
The 1,300 word article is available here.
The Government is consulting on potential future customs arrangements following Brexit.
While we have held several meetings with businesses and officials as part of our information-gathering, we still welcome other comments.
The Government’s consultation paper is here.
A briefing on the consultation, inc. relevant questions about two options being considered, is here.
Euro-zone? Free Trade Association? European Economic Area? Who’s in what? (Bloomberg Graphics)
EU citizens living and working in the UK: What is Likely to Happen? (Shulmans’ Alan Kennedy, 8 July)
Brexit: What Happens Next? (House of Commons Library briefing paper, 30 June)
The website of ‘UK in a Changing Europe’ has useful articles and blogs (this is a group of academics presenting information in an impartial way).
The Leeds debate – a summary
What the campaigns were saying about the issues
- Trade prospects and market access to EU member states
- Trade prospects and market access to non-EU with existing agreements
- Trade prospects and market access to non-EU member states without existing EU trade agreements
- Customs requirements and border management, incl Northern Ireland – Republic of Ireland
- Labour, skills and migration – access to the skills businesses need to maintain and grow their business
- Prices and Currency
- Business Regulation
- Business taxation (including cross-border VAT)
- Regional Development Funding
- Financial Services and City of London
Full Fact is an impartial fact-checking organisation that has published a check of the leaflets that the Stronger In and Vote Leave campaigns have circulated.