Five Years Since the Referendum: A Short Reflection, and Some Highlights of the CER’s Brexit Coverage

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Publication Date June 2021
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Five years have passed since the British voted 52-48 to leave the EU. Since then the CER has published 174 papers – long and short – on Brexit. Looking back at them, we have a pretty good track record of getting things right. From the start we foresaw a Canada-style free trade agreement (FTA) rather than a closer economic relationship. And we were always optimistic that deals would be done, on both the Withdrawal Agreement and the subsequent Trade and Co-operation Agreement (TCA).

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Cardiff EDC: 2020: Negotiations on the future relationship between the European Union and the United Kingdom
Chatham House Expert Comment: 5th Jan 2021: EU-UK Relations: Time for a ‘New Normal’ post-Brexit

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