Brexit Bulletin

Rise of the Anglosphere

As Britain begins to turn more sharply away from a future “across the Channel”, the idea that its best future can be found “across the…


Carmakers on a road less travelled

The number 66 has iconic status in automotive circles, evoking the spirit of freedom and expansion along America’s most famous highway. While Route 66 shot…


October economic round-up

It is official The economic weather following the Brexit referendum on June 23 was generally mild.  Earlier stormy forecasts proved to be off the mark,…


Trade withers as populism grows

The cheers that greeted Theresa May’s declaration at the Conservative party conference on the weekend when she declared Britain would return to being a “fully…



Brexit could be bad for your health

Brexit has serious implications for the NHS. The ways it could disrupt health and social care services are spelt out in a leaflet from the…



Good regulations

At a time when regulation in general and European regulations in particular are an easy target for derision, it should be recognised that regulations underpin…


£11bn industry in need of protection

University chiefs and staff, students and business will give evidence before a parliamentary committee on the impact of Brexit on higher education. The chair of…


Lean civil service bulks up for Brexit

Barely a civil service department will be untouched by the push to attract the best and brightest to the government’s EU exit team, Chief-Exec.com has been…