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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Policy Press · 19 June 2024 English

A migrant, a Brit and a robot walk into a bar. Kostas Maronitis and Denny Pencheva, authors of 'Robots and Immigrants', discuss who will get the job. The post A …


UK in a Changing Europe · 18 June 2024 English

UK-EU relations have not been a central issue in this election campaign. Yet this does not mean it will not be a major policy challenge following the election. This report …

developments in UK-EU relations, and the impacts of Brexit, since January 2023. • The Windsor Framework of relationship has changed very little subsequently, while Brexit continues to exert many stresses on the UK economy increasingly dependent on the EU as a trade partner since Brexit, as its trade with the rest of the world has declined between Great Britain and Northern Ireland. • The Brexit-related strain on the UK Union is still significant be an ongoing political and policy challenge. • Brexit increased support for Scottish independence but


CEP: Centre for Economic Performance · 17 June 2024 English

summarises the evidence about how leaving the European Union (EU) has affected UK trade. Overall, Brexit has had a negative effect on UK trade. But, so far, this effect has been smaller than economists

Dennis Novy, Thomas Sampson and Catherine Thomas Brexit and UK trade Centre for Economic Performance http://cep.lse.ac.uk CEP Election Analysis: Brexit and UK trade Dennis Novy, Thomas Sampson and Catherine European Union (EU) has affected UK trade. Overall, Brexit has had a negative effect on UK trade. But, so more research on this question is needed. • Brexit is still playing out. The UK continues to deviate under grant ES/V004514/1. 1 Introduction Brexit caused major changes in UK trade policy, most notably


Individual Contributors to Policy Commons · 14 June 2024 English

When the election campaign began, I remarked that it had the strange quality of feeling both long overdue and prematurely announced. Now, just three weeks in, it feels as if …

true of the related refusal to talk much about Brexit, which has also been <a href="https://www.theguardian detail what each of the party manifestos says about Brexit). </div><div><br /></div><div>However, in an illustration of one of the biggest flaws in Brexit. For what it shows is that, across huge swathes the taboo about discussing the new problems that Brexit has added to those familiar policy issues has added Farage and his Reform Party. He simply disowns Brexit as having been betrayed by the Tories, as if it


ORF: Observer Research Foundation · 13 June 2024 English

Key takeaways from a year marked by profound disruption, change and innovation ladmir Lenin’s observation—“There are decades when nothing happens and weeks when decades happen” —has become a cliché in …

too ponderous and prone to elite capture. The Brexit vote in the UK in 2016 and Trump’s victory later TOO PONDEROUS AND PRONE TO ELITE CAPTURE. THE BREXIT VOTE IN THE UK IN 2016 AND TRUMP’S VICTORY LATER building in society at large—which was the reason that Brexit and Trump waves caught everyone by surprise. Consider the UK’s fishing quotas and the like, a “No-Deal” Brexit, which has already swallowed two British prime


CEIP: Carnegie Endowment for International Peace · 13 June 2024 English

A stronger far-right presence in the European Parliament could put a brake on some EU policies. But the main test to the bloc’s stability and global role may come from …

the current EU agenda has to deal with. Look at Brexit Britain. Under the current and the next—likely can see that Brexit has been a disaster for the UK and the ruling Conservative Par�. Brexit has helped


NatCen Social Research · 12 June 2024 English

a crisis on the financial markets. Meanwhile, at a time when the country was trying to implement Brexit, the COVID-19 pandemic and the Russian invasion of Ukraine resulted in a stuttering economy, a cost-of-living

confidence 8 Changing attitudes to Brexit 15 The impact of Brexit 17 Policy challenges 20 Implications: time when the country was trying to implement Brexit, the COVID-19 pandemic and the Russian invasion 2019 during the parliamentary stalemate about Brexit.  58% would ‘almost never’ trust politicians among Leave voters following the implementation of Brexit. But that pattern has now largely been reversed expenses scandal of 2009, and the stalemate over Brexit in the 2017-19 parliament all seemingly took their


NatCen Social Research · 12 June 2024 English

housing. Thereafter, we assess attitudes towards what are sometimes termed ‘cultural’ issues such as Brexit and immigration. Finally, we consider what effect this period of economic and political turmoil has

After rising in the wake of the delivery of Brexit, trust and confidence in government has fallen the issue of Brexit. Winning an overall majority enabled Boris Johnson to “get Brexit done” (Walker market and Customs Union at the end of that year. Brexit has required the UK to adapt to a different relationship (Migration Observatory, 2024). No sooner had Brexit been delivered, than the country was faced with are sometimes termed ‘cultural’ issues such as Brexit and immigration. Finally, we consider what effect


Cato Institute · 11 June 2024 English

As Cato trade scholars have long lamented, the United States is much more protectionist than our relatively low average tariffs indicate, and one of the biggest offenders in this regard …

be scrapped, adopted, or modified by the post‐ Brexit government. (The TRA has the authority to investigate


IFRI: Institut Français des Relations Internationales · 11 June 2024 English

had a “European dimension.” Macron’s observations should be understood in the context of the impact Brexit made about Britain’s contribution to the defense of the Europe in the context of the European Union

should be understood in the context of the impact Brexit made about Britain’s contribution to the defense


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