Brexit

Brexit (a portmanteau of "British" and "exit") is the withdrawal of the United Kingdom (UK) from the European Union (EU). Following a UK-wide referendum in June 2016, in which 52% voted to leave and 48% voted to remain in the EU, the British government formally announced the country's withdrawal in March 2017, beginning the Brexit process.

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Kommerskollegium · 22 November 2021

In January 2021, the United Kingdom left the EU’s Internal Market, and it became more difficult for Swedish firms to import from the United Kingdom. At the same time, the …


IISD · 16 November 2021

France has agreed to postpone retaliatory measures against the United Kingdom while talks about post-Brexit fishing rights continue, days after threatening to restrict cross-Channel trade. The announcement intensified when the French seized a British scallop dredger in French waters last week. Under the Brexit trade deal, the European Union and the United Kingdom agreed to grant licences to vessels that could Islands, for example, struggle to obtain this kind of proof. Media, including the Financial Times, say Brexit, rather than fish, is at the heart of the clash. The newspaper reported that a leaked letter from


RSIS · 9 November 2021 English

014 – 9 November 2021 2021 The authors' views are their own and do not represent the official position of the Institute of Defence and Strategic Studies of the S. …

of America’s strategy to contain China. A post- Brexit UK is looking to increase military engagement in


IMF · 5 November 2021 English

We produce a social unrest risk index for 125 countries covering a period of 1996 to 2020. The risk of social unrest is based on the probability of unrest in …

climate, environment, environmental, immigration, Brexit migration, migrant, refugee, human rights, summit global events relate to the Occupy movement and Brexit; democratic events relate to the Scottish independence


IMF · 5 November 2021 English

We study the impact of the COVID-19 recession on capital structure of publicly listed U.S. firms. Our estimates suggest leverage (Net Debt/Asset) decreased by 5.3 percentage points from the pre-shock …

of major unexpected political turbulence (e.g. Brexit). Finally, we see the sharpest single-quarter increase


AEI · 3 November 2021 English

Mr. Chairman, Mr. Co-Chairman, Ranking Members, Commissioners, Thank you for the opportunity to address you today on this important subject. I, like many others in Washington, have followed the developments …

Trump’s weighing in on conflicting sides of the Brexit debate have proven unhelpful, inserting the United


ORF · 2 November 2021 English

of the tribunal has reignited the departure of another member state from the bloc after the tiring Brexit saga. The current Polish government led by the Law and Justice Party (PiS) showcase their pro-EU


EPRS · 29 October 2021 English

analyses the implications of Brexit on local election rights for both United Kingdom (UK) citizens residing in the EU 27 and EU citizens living in the UK. The resulting post-Brexit status quo is a complex patchwork

their rights. It also analyses the implications of Brexit on local election rights for both United Kingdom EU citizens living in the UK. The resulting post-Brexit status quo is a complex patchwork governed by from 0.09 % in Poland to 40.4 % in Luxembourg. Brexit brought the number of EU citizens residing in Implications of Brexit on voting rights in local elections The UK's withdrawal from the EU (Brexit) became effective in local and regional elections. In the wake of Brexit, the UK government decided that all EU citizens


IFRI · 29 October 2021 English

The 2015 “crisis” accelerated and/or intensified the involvement of foundations (in particular those from the private sector) in the field of migration. The crisis not only created a sense of …

into account contextual developments such as Brexit and the impacts of the Covid-19 pandemic. Of


EPRS · 29 October 2021 English

their country of residence. This concerns an estimated 11 million EU citizens of voting age (post-Brexit data). Even if Member States have successfully transposed both directives, voter turnout among mobile

estimated 11 million EU citizens of voting age (post-Brexit data). Even if Member States have successfully Kingdom (UK), and ceased to be relevant after Brexit. The Member State of residence has an information to over 3 % of the total EU electorate (EU-28). Brexit brought the number of EU citizens residing in other Ostling, pp. 42-43, based on 2017 Eurostat data. Brexit implications Due to the UK's withdrawal from the Service 8 from necessary adjustments following Brexit, special attention would be paid to the following


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