The Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee’s report on the lessons from the EU referendum raises a number of important issues that deserve further attention.
Untangling the UK’s complicated relationship with European environmental policies and subsidies could be the hardest part of leaving the EU. Mark Rowe reports
Committee calls for purdah rules to be revised for the digital age and extended for referendum campaign periods
New appointment to lead on Brexit department’s policy and legislative agenda
£120,000 post will forge links between science and technology sectors in effort to boost trade
Catherine Brown interview: Food Standards Agency chief on modern regulation and the horse meat scandal
Outgoing Food Standards Agency chief executive Catherine Brown believed she had a job with a low media profile until the horse meat scandal raced over the horizon. She tells Mark Smulian about the changes she has made in the department over the last five years and her plans for the future
Theresa May’s advisers “lack strategic perspective” to take advantage of the opportunities of Brexit, a former Treasury minister has said.
Select committee voices fears Brexit process may cause departments to miss implications of new European laws
Committee says more work is needed on the economic impact of leaving the EU on WTO terms
Now that the government has begun the Article 50 process, the Brexit honeymoon period will be over for Theresa May. Securing a deal which pleases everyone – or indeed anyone – will be virtually impossible
Britain must negotiate its divorce from the EU before talks can start on any future relationship, Donald Tusk said today in a major blow for Theresa May.
Department also pledges to develop new agriculture and land use plans ahead of Brexit