Brexit impact assessments: did the government bluff about their existence?
We take on the hunt for 57 disappearing impact assessments.
The EU "divorce bill"
Neither side has officially confirmed an agreed Brexit bill yet.
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.
Can you be in the single market without being an EU member?
It’s technically possible for a non-EU member to be in the single market. But this arrangement means accepting rules set by the EU.
Election 2017: what the parties haven’t told voters
Full Fact factchecks what the parties do say. Often what they haven't said matters even more.
Theresa May's EU negotiating experience
What was Theresa May’s involvement in negotiating the UK out of EU justice and home affairs laws?
Conservative Manifesto: Leaving the single market
We've factchecked claims from Theresa May's speech at the Conservative party manifesto launch.
Ask Full Fact: what happens if parliament rejects a new EU deal?
There are several different scenarios, but the UK can leave the EU without a deal if parliament rejects the one on offer in a couple of years' time.
How much will the UK have to pay the EU once Brexit is negotiated?
Experts and a number of media reports have suggested that the final bill to the EU once Brexit is negotiated could be anywhere between €20 and €60 billion or around £50 billion. We asked the EU who told us it couldn’t comment.
Article 50 and EU budget payments
The UK is still a member of the European Union pending exit negotiations, so budget contributions will continue.
Who can veto a Brexit deal?
Individual countries won’t be able to veto an EU-UK deal on how it leaves the bloc, but could block a deal on future trade if they don’t like it.
Two big questions about leaving the EU
Two of the major issues that the government must decide after the EU referendum result are the timing of Brexit, and single market membership.