The implications of the June 2016 referendum on the United Kingdom’s membership of the European Union have created an unprecedented demand amongst our members for clarity at a time of contrasting messages from the media.
In our Brexit Hub we bring together commentary not only from the Franco-British Chamber and our members, but also information from sources we identify as being pertinent to this debate. We’ll also add links to Brexit themed events which the Franco-British Chamber and our partners organize.
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The Government has published its White Paper setting out Theresa May’s plans for leaving the European Union.The document restates the 12 principles for Brexit that the Prime Minister set out in her Lancaster House speech last month.Brexit Secretary David Davis told the House of Commons that the UK seeks “a new strategic partnership” for when it leaves the single market and wants trade to be “as free and frictionless as possible” in this new arrangement.
On the day the government published its formal Brexit white paper, the document, drawn up by groups in Germany, France, Belgium, Spain and Italy, urged it to recognise as its key principle that UK citizens currently in the EU must be “expressly treated as continuing to have the same rights as they did before Brexit”
The Health Committee is taking an interest in British expats because Brits who are not in the French system can access medical care in France using the S1 form. Under EU freedom of movement regulations, the costs of such medical care are paid by the NHS in the UK. UK expats therefore represent a small proportion of the NHS’s total costs, but that could increase if those concerned were forced to return to the UK as a result of Brexit. If no suitable agreement is concluded between the UK and the EU by Brexit Day 2019, the S1 arrangements will immediately cease, and hundreds of thousands of UK citizens (mainly pensioners) will lose their health cover overnight.
23/06 BFM, Olivier Campenon : 23 juin 2016: une date historique pour l’UE?
20/10 BFM, Les Decodeurs de l’Eco – Olivier Campenon :Faut-il avoir peur de Theresa May ?
15/11 BFM, Les Decodeurs de l’Eco – Olivier Campenon: Brexit: Le gouvernement britannique joue-t-il les amateurs?
31/01 BFM, Les Decodeurs de l’Eco- Olivier Campenon Theresa May une nouvelle fois dans l’impasse ?
04/02 BBC, Brexit Preparation Committee
02/02, BBC, Has Brexit Effect disappeared?
25/01/17 BBC Supreme Court Ruling: What happens next?
26/01/17 Le Monde Economie, Malgré le Brexit, le Royaume-Uni affiche la plus forte croissance du G7
USEFUL INSIGHTS AND COMMENTS
Olivier Campenon, Franco- British Chamber Brexit: Where are we now (English) / Brexit: Ou en nous sommes (French)
TOUT Risk Manager, AMRAE Brexit: Quels impacts pour quels risques?
Jo Merkins, EUROPP Blog The High Court Ruling explained: An embarrassing lesson for Theresa May’s government
Philippe Ruttley, Ince & Co New Legal Challenge to Brexit
Philippe Ruttley, Ince & Co The UK Parliament votes to support the Government’s Brexit negotiating timetable
Annick Masounave, L’AgefiHebdo Le Rouyaume- Uni veut tenir son agenda
Christiane Perruchout, Traces Ecrites Voeux 2017: la montée des populismes fait peur aux acteurs économiques
11/01/2017 NewsDijon, Le Medef présente ses voeux et craint “le populisme
EY (Ernst & Young) Working through Uncertainty
KPMG The Impact of Brexit
Hogan Lovells Brexit Hub
Theresa May, The Government’s 12 Negotiating Objectives for Brexit
BBC, UK votes Leave
KPMG, Karen Briggs (Head of Brexit): Focus on four reasons for Brexit success
Hogan Lovells, Susan Bright Brexit Toolkit
UPCOMING FRANCO-BRITISH EVENTS RELATING TO BREXIT
Paris, 27/04/17 Brexit Conference at Bercy
PAST FRANCO-BRITISH EVENTS RELATING TO BREXIT
Paris, 03/06/2016 The Brexit Effect: The Economic and Legal Impacts of leaving the EU for UK
Paris, 23/06/2016 Referendum Cocktail
Paris 11/07/2016 Brexit: What Next
Paris 24/11/2016 Brexit: New Developments and Consequences
Dijon, 05/01/2017: Cérèmonie de Voeux, MEDF