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Brexit: Latest state of play [What Think Tanks are thinking]

Written by Marcin Grajewski,

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The politically charged negotiations on the United Kingdom’s withdrawal from the European Union moved forward a little in July, when the British Cabinet put detailed proposals on the table for the future framework of EU-UK relations. The document, which envisages relatively close ties between the EU and UK, in trade and several other areas, after Britain leaves in March 2019, prompted the resignations of two senior ministers David Davis and Boris Johnson, who favour an even harder Brexit. EU officials have said that the new proposals contain some constructive elements, although many questions remain unanswered.

This note offers links to reports and commentaries from some major international think-tanks and research institutes on Brexit negotiations and related issues. More reports on the topic can be found in a previous edition of ‘What Think Tanks are thinking’, published in May 2018.

Brexit: Next steps in UK’s withdrawal from the EU
House of Commons Library, July 2018

UK business should play for extra time in the Brexit negotiations
European Policy Centre, July 2018

The Brexit White Paper: What it must address
The UK in a Changing Europe, July 2018

Brexit brief
Institute of International and European Affairs, July 2018

Brexit and the British growth model
Police Exchange, July 2018

An equal exit? The distributional consequences of leaving the EU
Institute for Public Policy Research, July 2018

The EU’s problem with May’s plan for Brexit
Centre for European Reform, July 2018

Brexit: One failed plan, two resignations, and plenty of uncertainty
Atlantic Council, July 2018

Four Brexit scenarios
Carnegie Europe, July 2018

A second Brexit referendum: The practical questions
Institute for Government, July 2018

Deal, no deal, or extension?
UK in a Changing Europe, July 2018

After Chequers, what has changed on Brexit?
Institute for Government, July 2018

The UK’s first international trade negotiation: Agriculture at the WTO
European Centre for International Political Economy, July 2018

Brexit: Time for a moratorium
LSE Blog, July 2018

Trump backed Brexit: Then he used it as leverage
Brookings Institution, July 2018

The Brexit White Paper: Room for improvement
Policy Exchange, July 2018

Trump’s misguided attack on European unity
Council on Foreign Relations, July 2018

Preparing business for a Brexit ‘no deal’: Questions the Government needs to answer
Institute for Government, July 2018

Brexit and European defence: What to expect from a “no-deal” outcome?
Instituto Affari Internazionali, July 2018

A Brexit deal is still not achieved
Bruegel, July 2018

The Brexit White Paper offers a compromise approach for negotiations, but seems to have little support in Parliament
Open Europe, July 2018

Europe’s response to May’s plan could cost her more ministers
Centre for European Reform, July 2018

Will UK working parents lose out after Brexit?
UK in a Changing Europe, July 2018

Brexit: Heading to a deal or no deal while UK politics implodes?
Scottish Centre on European Relations, July 2018

Britain must decide what kind of power it wants to be after Brexit
Chatham House, July 2018

Why Theresa May can’t figure out Brexit
Chatham House, July 2018

Theresa May’s Brexit model: Many questions, not least ‘why leave?’
Centre for European Policy Studies, July 2018

A political crisis looms over Brexit
Carnegie Europe, July 2018

Shattered illusions: The new Brexit proposals on customs
Centre for European Policy Studies, July 2018

Dead or alive? A UK-US trade deal
Centre for European Reform, July 2018

Chequers: ‘Soft’ Brexit or just any Brexit?
Scottish Centre on European Relations, July 2018

Brexit: Last call
European Policy Centre, July 2018

British fudge: Where now for the future UK-EU framework?
Scottish Centre on European Relations, July 2018 

Safer together: The United Kingdom and the future of European security and defence
Friends of Europe, June 2018

No ‘Global Britain’ after Brexit
Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik, June 2018

Brexit report
DCU Brexit Institute, June 2018

Spain and the prospect of Brexit
Real Instituto Elcano, June 2018

Striking a balance: A blueprint for the future UK-EU economic partnership
Open Europe, June 2018

Which role for the Benelux post-Brexit?
Egmont, June 2018

Maintaining Europol security ties after Brexit
Rand Corporation, June 2018

The Brexit trap: Checking out is easier than leaving the EU
Atlantic Council, June 2018

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