Brexit Brief 26

IIEA22nd September 20171min
September has seen significant developments in the withdrawal negotiations. Most notably is the delay of the fourth round of negotiations, due to have started on Monday 18 September, to Monday 25 September in order that Prime Minister Theresa May could deliver her speech on the UK’s stance on Brexit on Friday 22 September. At this moment, there remains significant distance between the two negotiating parties as little common ground can be found. Issue 26 of the IIEA’s regular Brexit Brief examines the latest developments in the UK’s withdrawal from the European Union.

September has seen significant developments in the withdrawal negotiations. Most notably is the delay of the fourth round of negotiations, due to have started on Monday 18 September, to Monday 25 September in order that Prime Minister Theresa May could deliver her speech on the UK’s stance on Brexit on Friday 22 September. At this moment, there remains significant distance between the two negotiating parties as little common ground can be found. Issue 26 of the IIEA’s regular Brexit Brief examines the latest developments in the UK’s withdrawal from the European Union.

Brexit Brief 26 can be read or downloaded here

Brexit Brief, published by the IIEA’s UK Project Group, covers developments in the on-going debate over the UK’s vote to Leave the European Union. It is part of a wider communications programme, which will be highlighted on the Institute’s website and on the Brexit microsite.

 

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