Explainers

In-depth explanations of key Brexit issues

Matt Bevington
What Covid-19 means for the transition period

The UK government has rightly focused its efforts in recent weeks primarily on tackling the Covid-19 outbreak.…

Matt Bevington
How new member states join the EU: all you need to know

Accession is the process by which new countries join the EU. Member states recently reached agreement on…

Peter Walsh
The UK’s post-Brexit points-based immigration system

What is the government proposing? The government recently published its new post-Brexit immigration policy, which is to…

Professor Hussein Kassim
Negotiations on the future EU-UK relationship – the practical details

Negotiations between the UK and the EU are now in their second phase. The first ended with…

Matt Bevington
The transition period: all you need to know

At 11pm GMT on 31 January the UK left the European Union. It immediately entered a transition…

Various authors
What does the ‘New Decade, New Approach’ (NDNA) agreement mean for Northern Ireland’s Brexit?

Introduction  The New Decade, New Approach (NDNA) agreement was announced by the Irish and British governments on…

Madeleine Sumption
The Australian points-based system: what is it and what would its impact be in the UK?

One of the policy options that has attracted attention in the UK debate about post-Brexit immigration policy…

Various authors
What is prorogation?

The government has many powers over the House of Commons that it can exercise without needing a…

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