The government is recruiting experts to work out how best we will leave the EU.
It is going to be a complicated process if there is to be no major disruption to trade. These papers, written by Richard North and published under the auspices of the Leave Alliance, of which CIB Is a member, look at some of the issues which will need to be addressed.
Squaring the Circle looks at how the two seemingly conflicting demands for access to the single market and a restriction on migration from the EU can be reconciled.
WTO Option analysed looks at what would happen if we did not end up with any agreement on trade with the EU and had to rely purely on so-called “WTO rules”
EU Payments addresses the knotty subject of what financial contribution an independent UK would be likely to make to the EU. It isn’t going to be zero!
Article 50 and Brexit addresses the issue of whether any other alternative exit route from the EU is available.
Trade Barriers and Brexit debunks the suggestion that the EU would offer us a good trading deal by default and also considers the issue of non-tariff barriers, which are a big potential problem for exporters if there is no access to the single market.
With not a lot of Brexit news on which to comment at the moment, we would thoroughly recommend these very thoroughly-researched papers.