The ins and outs of Brexit 2017

What is the price of Britain’s exit from the EU? Clues emerged over the year as talks on the divorce bill, setbacks on the Irish border issue and rebellious MPs showed the complexity of the process. Catch up on the year’s comment and analysis

FT research shows that the weekly hit to the British economy could be the same £350m that Leave campaigners promised to claw back

It has been a humiliating week for the UK

Regulatory equivalence carries a heavy price for the UK

As the talks neared conclusion, mishaps over an agreement for Northern Ireland almost brought Theresa May’s government crashing down

Misreading Germany has been a reliable thread of 44 years of British EU membership

The great irony of leaving the EU is that Britain will be forced to be more European

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