Brexit: a turbulent week

After Theresa May’s Chequers plan was shot down, Brexit negotiations have been thrown into chaos, just when it looked as if they were entering the home straight. Here’s the best of our comment and analysis this week

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The UK prime minister postures, while the EU concentrates on process

Negotiations are entering the final stages, but hard choices still lie ahead

Theresa May’s Chequers ideas still have some life in them

EU leaders believe an agreement with the prime minister is possible but worry it will not be ratified in the UK

The UK and EU are on course for an exit agreement and an orderly process

‘De-dramatising’ checks after Brexit can secure a withdrawal deal

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Restrictions would likely have a big impact on the UK labour market

If there is a hard Brexit, the status of Europeans in the UK will be uncertain

An independent report offers some welcome policy recommendations

Relocation plan looks like a nil-premium takeover by Dutch arm

Letter from Andrew Allott, Shrewsbury, Shropshire, UK

Letter from Jamie Carter, London, UK