Brexit Briefing: Weekly Media Summary – 16 March 2018

Brexit Briefing - Weekly Summary

This Friday’s edition of the Brexit Briefing is part of the series of posts to highlight articles published in the media covering Brexit from an environmental perspective.

The articles are presented in chronological order with the most recent articles first. They are not presented in any specific order of importance & are provided as a selected sample of news articles to promote understanding of the key environmental issues as they develop during the Brexit process.

The selected articles from this past week, which saw the US impose tariffs on the EU,  the post-Brexit cost may not be paid off until 2064 & the EU Ministers Crunch Summit coming up, are:

Davis to Go to Brussels for Brexit Talks Before Crunch Summit (Bloomberg, 14 March 2018)

United Kingdom will come to ‘regret’ Brexit – Juncker (ClickLancashire, 13 March 2018)

Scottish Brexit bill set for second Holyrood debate (STV News, 13 March 2018)

OBR: UK will be paying Brexit divorce bill until 2064 (City AM, 12 March 2018)

EU Will Make U.K.’s Case for Trump Tariff Exemptions, Fox Says (Bloomberg, 12 March 2018)

Brexit preparation bill ‘could reach £2 billion by official date of leaving EU’ (BT, 12 March 2018)

UK Government changes Brexit law without Welsh agreement (ITV News, 12 March 2018)

Senior Tories Gove and Davidson demand post-Brexit changes over fishing (BT, 11 March, 2018)

Davidson and Gove in joint demand on fishing post-Brexit (STV News, 10 March 2018)

SNP accuses Westminster of reviving ‘Project Fear’ over Brexit (The Scotsman, 9 March 2018)


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