Brexit – the final countdown?

Brexit – the final countdown?

With the EU summit resulting in another extension, this time until October, the question is, will this be the final extension and what happens now? For Theresa May there will be an immense relief that another extension has been agreed and that the French, despite them...
The UK could revoke Article 50 unilaterally

The UK could revoke Article 50 unilaterally

It is worth remembering that the withdrawal agreement has now been negotiated and is broadly agreed on all sides, what is causing the issue, is what the state of the relationship should be, once the withdrawal period comes to an end. Whilst this is as of yet unclear,...
Is the UK set to remain in the EU after all?

Is the UK set to remain in the EU after all?

Despite the strongest protestations from Theresa May, political reality finally set in this week. There is currently no parliamentary majority for no deal. To prove the point, multiple Government ministers made clear that in the event the Prime Minister did not give...
A different way the UK can succeed, once outside the EU

A different way the UK can succeed, once outside the EU

A different way the UK can succeed, once outside the EU As the UK shapes up to a post Brexit future, arguments rage as to how the British economy should be positioned in order to enable the best possible prosperity for the next generation. While Boris Johnson is...
The Brexit end-game. What Now?

The Brexit end-game. What Now?

Last month we analysed the most likely outcome of this phase of the Brexit process being an extension of article 50. With this now looking like being the case, the real question is, what will happen after that and what will that then mean for the UK economy and jobs?...
What does game theory tell us about the next phase of brexit?

What does game theory tell us about the next phase of brexit?

Game theory is often used in business as a way of conducting strategy and planning, through mapping out interactions and outcomes between key decision makers. Normally it is meant to be analysed through a prism of self interested rational decision makers. In this...