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UK offer on EU citizens' rights post-Brexit

BREXIT, EU AFFAIRS
EU citizens' rights post-Brexit

The UK government has today published its formal offer on EU citizens’ rights post-Brexit. If accepted, this would allow the status of the million or so UK nationals in the EU to be settled. This...

The UK government has today published its formal offer on EU citizens’ rights post-Brexit. If accepted, this would allow the status of the million or so UK nationals in the EU to be settled. This will be a key element of the first stage of the Brexit talks.

Edelman has gathered the reaction and pulled out the key points of the proposal and analysed where the sticking points will be – already the EU’s chief negotiator Michel Barnier has responded by calling for “more ambition, clarity and guarantees than in today’s UK position”.

Download the full briefing here

With a team of consultants from across the political parties and straddling the EU Referendum divide, Edelman’s Public Affairs team is superbly placed to give you insight, analysis and advice on the Brexit negotiations and on the new Parliament. Get in contact here.

First EU Summit on Brexit shows how tough the process will be

BREXIT, EU AFFAIRS
EU Summit on Brexit

Theresa May failed to wow EU leaders despite her “fair and generous offer” on EU citizens' when Brexit negotiations launched last week. Belgian Prime Minister Charles Michel said the proposals were “particularly vague”; Dutch Prime...

Theresa May failed to wow EU leaders despite her “fair and generous offer” on EU citizens’ when Brexit negotiations launched last week. Belgian Prime Minister Charles Michel said the proposals were “particularly vague”; Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte said there were “thousands of questions to ask” and on behalf of the EU27, European Council President

Donald Tusk described the offer as “below our expectations.”

Read our full briefing here

THE NEW UK GOVERNMENT AND BREXIT

BREXIT, PUBLIC AFFAIRS
NEW UK GOVERNMENT

With the new UK Government taking shape, the Edelman Public Affairs team have taken a look at the political implications, as well as what happens next when it comes to Brexit. The note includes analysis...

With the new UK Government taking shape, the Edelman Public Affairs team have taken a look at the political implications, as well as what happens next when it comes to Brexit.

The note includes analysis of the potential forms of Brexit and what they could mean in terms of economic impact, the regulatory environment and more.

Read it here!

UK General Election 2017: An Edelman Briefing

BREXIT, PUBLIC AFFAIRS
UK General Election 2017

The results of the UK General Election 2017 are in – and “what a dog’s dinner”, as a Conservative advisor told us in what was one of the more printable reactions to last night. The...

The results of the UK General Election 2017 are in – and “what a dog’s dinner”, as a Conservative advisor told us in what was one of the more printable reactions to last night.

The finger-pointing and acrimony in the Conservative Party has begun as everyone comes to terms with Britain’s new hung Parliament. The Prime Minister faces a massive task which will define her immediate future, her legacy and the direction of the country in the years ahead. The Tories have a ruthless streak when it comes to leaders – Theresa May is on notice – but equally the party will be keen to avoid talk of leadership challenges, new elections and yet more uncertainty.

The Edelman Public Affairs team has put together expert analysis on the result, the implications for Brexit and what it means for the Government’s programme, Labour and the Liberal Democrats.

Please see our UK colleagues’ General Election Note  on the most unexpected election result in living memory.

Brexit Begins: Let Negotiations Commence

BREXIT, EU AFFAIRS
Brexit begins

After nine months and six days, Article 50 has finally been invoked and Brexit begins. The UK, until now in the driving seat, now formally opens negotiations with the institutions of the European Union. In...

After nine months and six days, Article 50 has finally been invoked and Brexit begins. The UK, until now in the driving seat, now formally opens negotiations with the institutions of the European Union. In the weeks ahead a new driver will be installed. What has been presented to many as a one-way process will now officially become a two way stream. Edelman Brussels tells you who you need to know in the EU institutions.

Download here: The Who’s Who of the EU

Edelman UK’s Brexit team has analysed the finer points of Article 50 – the letter, the process, the players and the reactions.  Will Walden interrogates the finer details of the letter itself, so you don’t have to – reading between the lines, beyond the official language – what does the Prime Minister really mean?

Read the full note hereArticle 50 Edelman Briefing

The UK Government's Brexit White Paper

BREXIT, EU AFFAIRS, NEWS
Brexit white paper

Yesterday, after its thumping majority for triggering the EU departure process, the UK Government published its Brexit White Paper, setting out its ambitions for Britain’s exit deal. The plan fleshed out the 12 objectives Theresa...

Yesterday, after its thumping majority for triggering the EU departure process, the UK Government published its Brexit White Paper, setting out its ambitions for Britain’s exit deal. The plan fleshed out the 12 objectives Theresa May set out in her Brexit speech last month. The major new surprise came in David Davis telling MPs that the UK would not automatically leave the European Economic Area (the free trading area with countries such as Norway) as it leaves the Single Market. This gives some short-term certainty to businesses that in the absence of a transitional deal, the free movement of goods would continue in as seamless a way as possible.

Read Lucy Thomas’ full analysis here

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