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Brexit Brief Issue 01

17 Dec 2015

Download the IIEA Brexit Brief here

Brexit Brief, published by the IIEA’s UK Project Group, covers developments in the on-going debate in the United Kingdom – and between the UK and the other EU Member States – on the UK’s negotiations over its membership of the Union.

The Brief seeks to provide up-to-date information on the progress and content of the UK re-negotiation and on relevant statements and policy positions – of key individual players, EU institutions, national governments, political parties, business interests and civil society actors. Particular attention is given to identification of references – website coordinates, book titles, official publications, media coverage etc.  

In this first edition, the Brexit Brief describes the current state of play in the negotiations, ahead of the crucial European Council summit of 17-18 December, at which the UK’s reform agenda will be discussed in detail.

The Brief is part of a wider communications programme covering the work of the IIEA’s UK Project Group – involving commentaries, speeches, texts and event reports, which will be highlighted on the Institute website.


As an independent forum, the Institute does not express any opinions of its own. The views expressed in the article are the sole responsibility of the author.


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