Sunday , February 23 2020
Home / Tag Archives: EU UK relationship

Tag Archives: EU UK relationship

The science of Brexit

On Saturday morning, the United Kingdom will wake up outside the European Union. After 37 years of collaboration, how will Brexit affect research and innovation in Europe and in the UK? What should be the next steps undertaken by both in order to maintain the same level of cooperation? This week, Nicholas Barrett is joined by Maria Demertzis, Guntram Wolff and Michael Leigh, Senior Adjunct Professor of European Studies at the Johns Hopkins University, to discuss a post-Brexit agreement for...

Read More »

How much will the UK contribute to the next seven-year EU budget?

This post estimates the United Kingdom’s net contribution to the 2021-2027 EU multiannual budget at close to €20 billion, taking into account the most significant items of the financial settlement according to the October 2019 EU27-UK draft withdrawal agreement. By: Zsolt Darvas Date: December 16, 2019 Topic: European Macroeconomics & Governance The exit of the United Kingdom from the EU will have an impact on the EU’s next Multiannual Financial Framework (MFF) running from...

Read More »

The UK election viewed from continental Europe: Meh

It will take more than the vote on December 12 to make the continent pay attention to the UK. Viewed from the continent, the UK election is one more episode in a Brexit series that “jumped the shark” long ago. By: Nicolas Véron Date: November 29, 2019 Topic: European Macroeconomics & Governance Viewed from the continent, the UK election is one more episode in a Brexit series that “jumped the shark” long ago. It is increasingly difficult for continental audiences, by and large,...

Read More »

Brexit and Finance: Brace for No Impact?

Amid the daily high drama of Brexit, it is easy to lose track of the structural shifts, or lack thereof, that may be associated with the UK’s possible departure from the European Union. One of them, and not the least, is the potential impact on the European and global financial system. By: Nicolas Véron Date: October 14, 2019 Topic: European Macroeconomics & Governance A version of this opinion piece was also published on ispionline.itAmid the daily high drama of Brexit, it is...

Read More »

Backstage: The EU financial services landscape after Brexit

Bruegel fellows Rebecca Christie and Nicolas Véron discuss how the map of the EU's financial services industry has begun to change, and how it might eventually settle. The Brexit process has begun to unravel the supremacy of London as the financial centre of Europe, yet it remains unclear how the map of the EU’s financial system will eventually be refigured. Several cities have emerged to compete not only for the business that is leaving the UK’s capital but for new investment as well....

Read More »

Brexit: When in doubt, slow down

Uncertainty over Brexit remains high despite looming deadlines. Here, the authors argue that the UK should take the necessary steps to make time to build consensus around the final shape of Brexit, and that the UK population should be consulted. This article was published by La Voz de Galicia. The UK parliament continues to try to exclude the possibility of no-deal Brexit, but at the same time continues to fail to find a suitable alternative. This week’s results in the latest round of...

Read More »

What does a possible no-deal Brexit mean?

With Brexit getting closer, it is still extremely difficult to predict which one of the possible outcomes will materialise. Guntram Wolff examines what exactly it would mean for the UK to 'crash out' of the EU, for both parties. By: Guntram B. Wolff Date: January 24, 2019 Topic: European Macroeconomics & Governance This article was published by Caixin. On March 29th 2019, two years will have passed since the United...

Read More »

Brexit: Now for something completely different?

The life of Brexit. After a week of ECJ rulings, delayed votes, Theresa May’s errands across Europe and the vote of no confidence, we review the latest economists’ opinions to try to make sense of what has changed and what hasn’t. By: Inês Goncalves Raposo Date: December 17, 2018 Topic: European Macroeconomics & Governance Luxembourg, December 10th 2018: “The United Kingdom is free to unilaterally revoke the notification of...

Read More »

The Brexit withdrawal agreement

On November 14th the UK government cabinet approved the draft text of the withdrawal agreement, the deal reached between EU and UK negotiators. The decision was followed the next day by the resignations of several members of Parliament. We review the first reactions in the blogosphere. By: Silvia Merler Date: November 19, 2018 Topic: European Macroeconomics & Governance Martin Wolf writes that Theresa May’s terrible Brexit...

Read More »

Director’s Cut: Options yet open for a Brexit deal

Robin Niblett, director of Chatham House institute, joins Bruegel deputy director Maria Demertzis for an assessment of what progress can be reasonably expected from the final months of the Brexit negotiations. By: The Sound of Economics Date: November 7, 2018 Topic: European Macroeconomics & Governance The final act of the Brexit negotiations is upon us, with many questions still seemingly unresolved and the future...

Read More »