|Author (Person)||Menon, Anand|
|Publisher||Institute for Government, UK in a Changing Europe|
|Series Title||IFG Analysis|
|Series Details||March 2017|
|Publication Date||March 2017|
|Content Type||Journal | Series | Blog, Report|
The Institute for Government is an independent charity in the United Kingdom working to increase government effectiveness.
It works with all the main political parties at Westminster and with senior civil servants in Whitehall. It provides evidence based advice that draws on best practice from around the world.
The Institute for Government is a registered charity in England and Wales (Registered Charity No.1123926).
The charitable objectives of the Institute are:
+ The advancement of education in the art and science of government in the UK for the benefit of the public and on a non-party political basis;
Previous Institute for Government research found progress in preparing for the approaching talks. But the triggering of Article 50 will represent the beginning of a new phase of Brexit. The paper describes how Brexit will make four demands on the civil service:
+ Analysis: civil servants will need to develop options for new policies, advise ministers and react to EU negotiating positions
Authors: Anand Menon, Martin Lodge and Joe Owen
|Countries / Regions||United Kingdom|