Unpacking the Brexit Deal: What It Means and Where It Takes Future UK-EU Relations

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Posted Jan 07, 2021 | Tony Blair Institute for Global Change, Anton Spisak

The immediate challenge facing both sides to the Brexit agreement will be new regulatory guidance, putting in place an operational border, and adjusting present systems to new arrangements. In this article for the Tony Blair Institute for Global Change, Anton Spisak suggests that its biggest value, beyond avoiding the short-term economic and political disruption of no-deal, is that the agreement will allow the UK and the EU to revisit their relationship in the future. The main challenge for governments on both sides will be implementation of the agreement, and that for businesses, to adjust to new costly arrangements in a difficult economic climate. He warns that, for all the promise of stability for at least a generation, new political choices will arise as the agreement is unlikely to prove a lasting basis for future UK-EU relations.



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