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Britain after Brexit drops in on Westminster ‘innovation’ lunch in search of clues
Brussels wins first round of briefing war and an exclusive preview of a new post-Brexit tracker
Plus, Robert Shrimsley on the labour market’s ‘cold turkey’
The opposition realised this week it faces a hard task normalising relations with the EU while not upsetting those who voted Leave
Legal experts warn UK move could have unintended consequences
Cultural exchange programmes in jeopardy as the Home Office phases out ID cards
If Brussels embraces genuine flexibilities within the framework, Frost will find it hard to reject them
The government faces tricky risk-reward calculation as drive for more openness conflicts with EU direction of travel
Executives have lobbied for their removal but chancellor Rishi Sunak is boxed in
There is a regulatory dividend to be won, but it might not be in the way people think
Plus, Heather Mills reveals how leaving the EU led to her losing a £250,000 consignment of vegan cheese
As frustration grows over Northern Ireland protocol, UK-born applicants dominate demands for Irish passports
Cardiff accuses PM of undermining unionist cause by concentrating power in London
Plus, Philip Stephens and the deepening shortage of HGV drivers
Plus, survey shows US businesses are not put off investing in post-Brexit Britain
Plus, growing signs of labour shortages as government prepares to fully reopen economy
Both sides seem stuck in a rut, and the outlook is frosty
Plus, Brexit poll anniversary survey shows divisions still run deep
Plus, survey highlights growing anxiety among Northern Ireland’s unionists
EU argues that it has shown flexibility, but things may get worse before they get better
From Mifid II to Swiss share trading, post-Brexit Britain is forging its own path
A rigorous and independent process would win favour in Brussels
Australia’s demand for ‘zero tariff, zero quota’ deal splits the UK government
New survey shows business confidence ebbed between March and April
The lack of links in the UK and EU schemes is raising concern for industry with just weeks to go until launch