The no deal papers: why no deal could mean lots of little deals on travel
What could no deal mean for UK-EU airline and bus routes, and airport security checks?
BBC Question Time: Recap and Factcheck
Question Time on September 13, 2018 came from the Oxfordshire town of Banbury. Topics covered included the Salisbury poisoning, Brexit, zero hours contracts, and prisons.
Three things you might want to know about the government’s preparations for a No Deal Brexit
How could your driving license, mobile roaming fees, and GDPR rules be affected?
Is the Chequers deal on Brexit more unpopular than the Poll Tax?
Opinion polling suggests the Chequers deal has marginally less support than the Poll Tax did at its least popular – but less outright opposition.
This viral image showing the cost of different Brexit deals is wrong in a lot of ways
It misreports figures which are themselves based on highly uncertain analysis.
Is the UK going to become the EU’s tax collector?
The UK government has put forward proposals for a “facilitated customs arrangement” to replace the relationship we have with the EU through the customs union. We took a look at how it could work.
The UK is one of the biggest contributors to the EU budget
The UK has been the third or fourth largest contributing country to the EU budget in recent years.
Post-Brexit trade deals: the Norway and Canada options explained
It’s a choice between a higher level of EU market access, or a lower level of EU regulation.
Who can stay in the UK after Brexit?
Citizens of other EU countries resident in the UK by the end of 2020 will be able to apply to stay permanently.
Did some MPs have to leave their sickbeds to vote on Brexit?
One sick MP arrived in the parliament in a wheelchair last week, in order to vote on the Brexit bill.
Brexit bill: What amendments have been passed?
This week the Commons voted on 15 amendments that have been passed in the House of Lords over the past few months. We looked at what happened.
Post-Brexit customs: Max fac and the customs partnership explained
The government are debating two post-Brexit customs options. We look at what “max fac” and a customs partnership mean.
Our Brexit divorce bill will probably be paid off by 2064
The Office for Budget Responsibility estimates it will come to £37 billion in total.
Mobile roaming fees could be back after Brexit
After Brexit, we’ll no longer be subject to EU laws which prohibit mobile roaming fees within the EU.
Small businesses and Brexit
Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn clashed on small businesses and Brexit negotiations. We factchecked their claims.
In January Nigel Farage said that he feared we may have to have a second EU referendum.
Trade across the Irish border
Trade across the Irish border was worth at least £5 billion in 2016.
The EU "divorce bill"
The latest estimate for the size of the UK’s ‘divorce bill’ with the EU is £35-39 billion.
Brexit impact assessments: did the government bluff about their existence?
We take on the hunt for 57 disappearing impact assessments.
What’s Labour policy on a ‘no deal’ for Brexit?
Labour has not said how much money it thinks the UK should pay to the EU when we leave. It has said that ‘no deal’ is not an option.
The European Union (Withdrawal) Bill
The European Union (Withdrawal) Bill will repeal the European Communities Act 1972. This means EU institutions can’t make laws affecting the UK any more.
Could there be a new temporary customs union after Brexit?
The Department for Exiting the EU has today set out the government’s hopes for the UK’s future customs arrangements.
European airport delays—is Brexit to blame?
The controls affect all passengers entering and leaving the European border-free Schengen area, not just UK citizens.