Everyday Life Implications of Ending Freedom of Movement

The ending of freedom of movement will fundamentally change how we live and travel

Remain Plus - For a Better Future

You can’t have a better tomorrow if you are thinking about yesterday all the time

'No deal' and WTO rules: a briefing for non-specialists

The aim of this briefing is to describe what happens under WTO rules if there is ‘no deal’.

No Deal Brexit and the Veterinary Profession final

The UK veterinary workforce is heavily reliant on EU graduates, particularly in the field of public health. The government has not issued a technical notice on the rights of EU citizens in the event of no deal.

Brexit and veterinary profession

Existing animal health, animal
welfare, public health, veterinary medicines, workforce, and environmental
protection standards must at least be maintained at the same level, or a level
equivalent to current EU standards

Brexit and the Fashion Industry

In the 2016 referendum, 90% of British fashion designers voted to remain in
the EU. Here are some of the reasons why.

‘Beyond Brexit’ briefing

Implications of the UK’s decision to leave the European Union for fair and safe working rights

Schools and Brexit

Schools in the UK are considered to be facing similar challenges
to those being experienced by the NHS.

This report shows that these challenges may become significantly
more severe after Brexit

Brexit: Questions from a 91-year-old

A follower of End the Chaos says an elderly relative has asked the following
questions – here are our responses.

Leave With No Deal

Emergency plans will be needed

UK trade and the World Trade Organisation

A disorderly Brexit falling back on the minimalist WTO framework for trade could cost more than a million jobs across Britain and cause lasting damage to our attractiveness as a base for international investment.

British Medical Association Brexit Briefing

Since the EU referendum, the BMA has extensively explored the impact of Brexit on health services across the UK.

FDF Standards after Brexit

This is our summary of a paper written by the Food and Drink Federation (FDF) in August 2018. The FDF is the voice of the UK food and non-alcoholic drink industry.

Brexit - a battle of visions for UK food policy

This is our summary of a presentation given by Professor Tim Lang, Centre for Food Policy, City, University of London andEmeritus Professor Erik Millstone, Science Policy Research Unit, University of Sussex.

Real-Life Implications of Mrs May's Withdrawal Agreement

“It’s not so much what the Agreement says…it’s
more what it doesn’t say.”

Could a Canada-style deal work for the UK?

For many in the UK, there is much to like about Canada. The country is in the Commonwealth, it is largely English speaking, and the Queen’s head is on the currency.