Explainers

Dr John Paul Salter
Passporting and equivalence: Brexit’s impact on the City of London

We can think of the City’s activities in terms of three broad areas: the provision of banking,…

Dr John Paul Salter
Dr Camilla Macdonald
The Article 50 negotiations

On 29 March Theresa May informed the European Council of the UK's intention to leave the EU.…

Dr Camilla Macdonald ,
Various
A view of “Global Britain” from East Asia: detailed explanation

On 17 January the British Prime Minister set out her vision for the UK outside the EU. …

Dr John Paul Salter
What is the difference between a free-trade area and a single market?

A free-trade area arises when a group of countries come together and agree not to impose tariffs…

Dr John Paul Salter
Dr Katy Hayward
The origins of the Irish border

Partition The meandering Irish land border runs for just under 500 km across the northern part of…

Dr Katy Hayward
Professor Catherine Barnard
To EEA or not to EEA?

One of the key issues which the Prime Minister must set out in her Brexit plans will…

Professor Catherine Barnard
Professor Alison Harcourt
The EU’s digital single market

What is the DSM? The Digital Single Market (DSM) is the largest component of the Single Market…

Professor Alison Harcourt
Professor Catherine Barnard
The customs union

What is it? A customs union is an area in which there are: (1) no tariffs (charges)…

Professor Catherine Barnard ,

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