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BREXIT: Sources of Information

August 2016

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“A background guide to “Brexit” from the European Union.” February 24, 2016. External Link

"A year to go: how Brexit will affect UK industry" The Economist Intelligence Unit, March 2018 External Link

This free report looks to the near future, with a specific focus on a few key industries including healthcare, automotive, consumer goods/retail, energy, and telecommunication.

Berkeley Library - European Union: Brexit External Link

This is a guide developed by the library and has links and sources related to the Referendum and BREXIT.

British Library – EU Referendum Information Guide External Link [PDF format: 93KB/5pp.]

Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Committee (UK Parliament) External Link

This Parliamentary committee has published or will publish reports on various industries and the impact BREXIT will have on them. This includes: Civil nuclear sector; Automotive; Aerospace; Processed food and drink; Pharmaceuticals.

Campaign for an Independent Britain External Link

Center for European Policy Studies (CEPS) - Britain and the EU External Link

CEPS is a think tank as well as a forum for debate on EU affairs.

Center for European Reform (CER) External Link

CER is a think-tank devoted to making the European Union work better and strengthening its role in the world.

Chatham House – After BREXIT: Britain's Future External Link

Chatham House is the Royal Institute of International Affairs, an independent policy institute based in London.

Chatham House – primer on BREXIT External Link

Friederichsen, Paul. "Coining catchy 'Brexit' term helped Brits determine EU vote" New York Daily News. External Link

Chokshi, Niraj; Daniel Victor and Sewell Chan. "Overwhelmed by "Brexit"? Here Are the Basics" New York Times. June 24, 2016. External Link

Department for Exiting the European Union External Link

This is the official government department responsible for overseeing the negotiations to leave the EU and establishing the future relationship between the UK and EU. There are a list of ministers and over time there will be announcements and documents added.

European Union External Link

Included here is information about the European Union, its history, and how it operates.

Hjelmgaard, Kim; Onyanga-Omara, Jane. "Explainer: The what, when and why of 'Brexit'". USA Today. External Link

HM Government External Link

This site contains government information on the EU Referendum. No material was published on this website between 27 May and 23 June 2016 (per the restrictions set out in the Political Parties, Elections and Referendums Act 2000).

House of Commons / Parliament External Link

This site include a number of documents related to the Referendum and BREXIT. The House of Commons Library also has a blog where posts are being tagged Referendum.External Link

House of Lords – EU Select Committee Link External Link

TheCityUK External Link

TheCityUK is a membership group that "champions UK-based financial and related professional services." They have an interest in all things that affect their industry and this includes all things BREXIT. They do publish reports including a report on the future of UK-based financial and related professional services industry.External Link

Wilding, Peter. "Stumbling towards the Brexit" May 15, 2012. External Link

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