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- Task Force for Relations with the United Kingdom (UKTF) - part of the European Commission's Secretariat-General
- European Commission: Brexit
- European Council/Council of the European Union: Brexit
- European Parliament: Brexit
- European Parliament, AFCO committee: Brexit
- Department for Exiting the European Union)
- Check how to get ready for new rules in 2021 – British Government
- Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union: Ministerial role
- British Parliament: Brexit: research and analysis
- YouGov polling: survey results and articles about Brexit
- What UK Thinks: EU non-partisan information on UK attitudes to the EU and EU Referendum
- EU Publication: Brexit
- EU Citizens´s Rights: Find the information you need about your rights as an EU Citizen living in the UK
Lisa sisu juurde
- New EU-UK partnership. European Parliament. At a Glance (2020) juuni.
- Three critical issues in EU-UK relations. Briefing of European Parliament (2020) June.
- Brexit: a New Agreement and further Uncertainties. Fondation Robert Schuman Policy Paper, European Issues No 532 (2019) October 22.
- Brexit and Horizon Europe. In-depth analysis of European Parliament (2019) January.
- Ratifying the EU-UK withdrawal deal : State of play and possible scenarios. Briefing of European Parliament (2019) April 8.
- What role in European defence for a post-Brexit United Kingdom? Briefing of European Parliament (2019) April 30.
- Prof. Dr Arrowsmith, Sue. Consequences of Brexit in the area of the public procurement. Study of European Parliament (2017) April.
- An assessment of the economic impact of Brexit on the EU27. Study of European Parliament (2017) March.
- Brexit and Ireland – Legal, political and economic considerations. Study of European Parliament (2017) November.
- Brexit Implications for Employment and Social Affairs: Facts and Figures . Study of European Parliament (2017) January
- The Brexit negotiations: Issues for the first phase. In-depth alalysis of EPRS – European Parlamentary Research Service (2017) June.
- Business Brexit Priorities. Report of British Chambers on Commerce (2017) February
- Darvas, Z., Efstathiou, K., Goncalves Raposo, I. Divorce settlement or leaving the club? A breakdown of the Brexit bill. Bruegel Working Paper (2017) March 30.
- Duff, A. Brexit: how to manage the talks and the transition. European Policy Center Discussion Paper (2017) March 27.
- Duff, Andrew. What now? Options for Brexit – And a cry for help. European Policy Centre (EPC) Discussion paper (2017) June 15.
- ECON Thesaurus on Brexit. Study of European Parliament (2017) July.
- EU Citizens’ rights and Brexit. Euroopa Komisjon, 2017.
- European Union, Brexit, USA: The strategic dimension of the new trade issues. Fondation Robert Schuman Policy Paper, European Issues (2017) No 427, March 27.
- The Europeans and the Consequences of the Brexit. Fondation Robert Schuman Policy Paper, European Issues (2017) No 416, January 10.
- Grant, Charles. The Brexit negotiations: An assessment of the legal, political and institutional situation in the UK : in-depth analysis. Euroopa Parlament (2017) March.
- Haas, Jörg; Rubio, Eulalia. Research for AGRI Committee – Possible impact of Brexit on the EU budget and, in particular, CAP funding. Study of European Parliament (2017) October.
- Haas, Jörg; Rubio, Eulalia. Brexit and the EU budget: threat or opportunity? (2017) January 16.
- The impact of Brexit in relation to the right to petition and on the competences, responsibilities and activities of the Committee on Petitions. Study of European Parliament (2017) June.
- The impact of Brexit on the EU Energy System. Briefing of European Parliament (2017) November 15.
- Implications of Brexit on EU Financial Services. Study of European Parliament (2017) June 15.
- Prof. Dr. Kainer, Friedemann. The Consequences of Brexit on Services and Establishment: Different Scenarios for Exit and Future Cooperation. In-depth analysis of European Parliament (2017) June 15.
- Keating, Michael. The Impact of the United Kingdom’s withdrawal from the European Union on Scotland, Wales and Gibraltar. In-depth analysis of European Parliament (2017) April.
- Dr Kramme. Malte. Consequences of Brexit in the Area of Consumer Protection. Study of European Parliament (2017) April.
- Lannoo, Karel. A well-managed Brexit is a priority for the entire EU. CEPS (2017) February 3.
- Legal Implications of Brexit: Customs Union, Internal Market Acquis for Goods and Services, Consumer Protection Law, Public Procurement. Study of European Parliament (2017) August.
- Peers, S. Guide to the Brexit Negotiations. EU Law Analysis, Blog post (2017) April 4.
- Novak, Petr; Cremades, Miguel Tell. Brexit and the European Union: General Institutional and Legal Considerations. Study of European Parliament (2017) January 25.
- Proceedings of the Workshop on the consequences of Brexit. Study of European Parliament (2017) February 28.
- Sobrino Heredia, Jose Manual. Research for PECH Committee – Common Fisheries Policy and BREXIT. Workshop. European Parliament (2017) May.
- Prof. Dr Stoll, Peter-Tobias. The Role and Powers of the European Parliament in the Brexit Process. In-depth analysis / European Parliament (2017) June.
- UK Withdrawal (‘Brexit’) and the Good Friday Agreement. Study of European Parliament (2017) November.
- UK withdrawal from the European Union: Legal and procedural issues. In-depth analysis. EPRS/European Parliamentary Research Service (2017) March.
- Baldwin, Richard. Brexit Beckons: Thinking ahead by leading economists. Centre for Economic Policy Research ebook (2016) August 1.
- Barichella, Arnault. Transatlantic Relations after Brexit. Fondation Robert Schuman Policy Paper, European Issues (2016), No. 409, October 31.
- Bertoncini, Yves. Brexit: Between British europhobia and continental euroscepticisms. Jacques Delors Institute Policy paper 171 (2016) September 27.
- Challenge Europe Issue 23 – Britain and Europe: A new settlement? European Policy Centre (2016) April 28.
- Chopin, Thierry; Jamet, Jean-François. After the UK’s EU referendum: redefining relations between the “two Europes”. Fondation Robert Schuman Policy Paper, European Issues (2016) No. 399, July 5.
- Coffinier, Pierre Alain. Soft or Hard Brexit? Fondation Robert Schuman Policy Paper, European Issues (2016), No. 408, October 25.
- De Grauwe, Paul. What Future for the EU after Brexit? CEPS Forum (2016) October 6.
- Duff, Andrew. After Brexit. Policy Network (2016) October 12.
- Duff, Andrew. Britain´s special status in Europe: A comprehensive assessment of the UK-EU deal and its consequences. Policy Network Paper (2016) March.
- Etzold, Tobias; Opitz, Christian. Nordic Europe after the Brexit Vote: The Five Nordic Countries Are Reassessing Their Relations with the EU // Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik (German Institute for International and Security Affairs) (2016) September, 4. p.
- Frontini, Andrea. A historic reminder, an ever-present dilemma? Assessing Brexit’s potential consequences for European security. European Policy Centre (2016) May 18. (Commentary)
- Gadd, Eleanor. Brexit Glossary. House of Commons Library Briefing Paper (2016) December 19.
- Gallagher, Paul. Brexit: Legally effective alternatives. The Institute of International and European Affairs (2016) January.
- Kangur. Riho. Ühendkuningriigi lahkumisreferendum ja varasemad Euroopa Liidu referendumid. Riigikogu õigus- ja analüüsiosakond (2016) March 7.
- Lang, John Temple. The elements of a new EU-UK relationship. The Institute of International and European Affairs (2016) July.
- Lannoo, Karel. EU Financial Market Access after Brexit. CEPS Policy Brief (2016) September 29.
- Liddle, Roger. The risk of Brexit: the politics of a referendum. Second edition. Policy Network (2016).
- Luiker, Lauri. Ühendkuningriigi Euroopa Liidust lahkumise majanduslik mõju. Riigikogu Kantselei õigus- ja analüüsiosakond (20016) October 12.
- Miller, Vaughne. Brexit: impact across policy areas. House of Commons Library Briefing Paper nr 07213 (2016) August 26, 198 p.
- Neljas, Aap. Euroopa Välispoliitika Instituudi mõttepaber nr. 31: Brexiti võimalikkusest ja selle võimalikest tagajärgedest. (2016) May.
- Piris, Jean-Claude. If the UK votes to leave: The seven alternatives to EU memebership. Centre for European Reform (2016) January.
- Quaglia, Lucia; Schelkle, Waltraud. EU economic governance after Brexit. Policy Network (2016) November 29.
- Sapir, André; Wolff, Guntram B. One market, two monies: The European Union and the United Kingdom. Bruegel Policy Brief (2016) January.
- Springford, John. Brexit and EU regulation: A bonfire of vanities. Centre for European Reform (2016) February.
- Stoker, Bruce. Euroskepticism Beyond Brexit: Significant opposition in key European countries to an ever closer EU // Pew Research Center (2016) June 7.
- Supporters and adversaries to the UK remaining in the European Union are running neck and neck in the polls just one month before the referendum // Fondation Robert Schuman.
- The UK’s ‘new settlement’ in the European Union: Renegotiation and referendum : in-depth analysis / European Parliament; European Parliamentary Research Service (2016) [EU Bookshop, pdf tasuta allalaadimisega]
- Thompson, Helen; Talani, Leila Simona. The impact of Brexit on the City and the British economic model. Policy Network (2016) July 18.
- Weiss, Stefani; Blockmans, Steven. The EU deal to avoid Brexit: Take it or leave. CEPS Special Report (2016) No. 131, February.
- Wyplosz, Charles. What To Do With the UK? EU Perspectives on Brexit. Centre for Economic Policy Research ebook (2016) October 24.
- Zuleeg, Fabian. Brexit averted through EU reform? European Policy Centre (2016) February 22. (Post-Summit Commentary)
- Brexit – potential economic consequences if the UK exits the EU. Future Social Market Economy: Policy Brief (2015) May.
- Brown, Tony. Brexit: The “leave” narrative. The Institute of International and European Affairs (2015) December 18.
- Dhingra, Swati; Ottaviano, Gianmarco; Sampson, Thomas. Britain´s future in Europe. (2015) March 31.
- Dhingra, Swati; Ottaviano, Gianmarco; Sampson, Thomas. Should We Stay or Should We Go? The economic consequences of leaving the EU. CEP Election Analysis Paper (2015).
- Duff, Andrew. How to deal with Europe’s British problem. European Policy Centre (2015) 11. september. (Discussion Paper)
- Goodwin, Matthew; Milazzo, Caitlin. Britain, the European Union and the Referendum: What Drives Euroscepticism? Chatham House, The Royal Institute of International Affairs Breafing (2015) December.
- Leonard, Mark. The British problem and what it means for Europe. European Council on Foreign Relations (2015) March.
- Liddle, Roger. The risk of Brexit: Britain and Europe in 2015. Policy Network, (2015) January 15.
- Liddle, Roger. The Risk of Brexit: The Politics of a Referendum. Policy Network (2016) November 5.
- Menon, Anand. The UK and the EU: In or Out? Fondation Robert Schuman Policy Paper, European Issues (2015) No. 354, April 28.
- Mourlon-Druol, Emmanuel. The UK’s EU vote: the 1975 precedent and today’s negotiations. Bruegel Policy Contribution (2015) June 8.
- Niblett, Robin. Britain, Europe and the World: Rethinking the UK’s Circles of Influence. Chatham House, The Royal Institute of International Affairs Research Paper (2015) October.
- Piris, Jean-Claude. Brexit or Britin: is it really colder outside? Fondation Robert Schuman Policy Paper, Europen Issues (2015) No. 355, October 26.
- Vasilopoulou,Sofia. Mixed feelings: Britain’s conflicted attitudes to the EU before the referendum. Policy Network Paper (2015) September 7.
- Witney, Nick. Brexit to nowhere: The foreign policy consequences of “OUT”. European Council on Foreign Relations (2015) November.
- Zuleeg, Fabian. The UK renegotiation from an EU perspective: the dog that hasn’t yet barked? European Policy Centre (2015) November 20 (Commentary)
- Brexit or Fixit? The trade and welfare effects of leaving the European union. CEP Policy Analysis (2014) May.
- Sprinford, John; Whyte, Philip. The consequences of Brexet for the City of London. Centre for European Reform (2014)
- European think tank: Bruegel
- European Council on Foreign Relations (ECFR) seeria Britain in Europe
- Chatham House, The Royal Institute of International Affairs
- CEPS: Thinking ahead for Europe: Britain and the EU
- UK in a Changing World: The authoritative source for independent research on UK-EU relations
- BREXIT 2016: Policy analysis from the Centre for Economic Performance
- Institute for Government
Reviews of Brexit publications by the European Parliament's think tank:
- Brexit: What Next For Britain And Europe? [What Think Tanks Are Thinking] J 7. juuli, 2016
- Brexit: Implications and outlook [What Think Tanks are Thinking] 21. oktoober 2016
- Latest Thinking On Brexit [What Think Tanks Are Thinking] 17. veebruar 2017
- Brexit Negotiations [What Think Tanks Are Thinking] 21. aprill 2017
- Outlook For Brexit Negotiations. 4. mai, 2017
- The Brexit Negotiations: Issues For The First Phase. 23. juuni, 2017
- Start Of Brexit Negotiations [What Think Tanks Are Thinking] 23. juuni, 2017
- Latest thinking on Brexit [What Think Tanks Are Thinking] 27. oktoober 2017
- Brexit – What next? (3.02.2020)
- The Brexit Landscape: YouTube´i video (29.01.2019)
- Multimedia Centre: European Parilament: The European Parliament and Brexit (8.03.2018)
- BBS News: Theresa May is making a major Brexit speech in Florence (22.09.2017)
- Multimedia Centre: European Parliament: Brexit in Ireland: fear of a hard border (29.09.2017)
- Multimedia Centre: European Parliament: Brexit: MEPs hit out at lack of progress (3.10.2017)