15 August 2016

Brexit Briefing & View from Sunderland: Why Brexit, Why Now (videos)

Brexit Briefing:

Brexit Briefing from FT.com: The Department for Exiting the EU has a shaky start, with a lack of office and recruits; the stalling of the Hinkley Point nuclear power station unsettles the Chinese; and retail sales suggest Brexit has not dented Britons’ spending habits. Published August 13, 2016.
FTSE100 and FTSE250
Graphic above: London Stock Exchange benchmarks FTSE 100 (+9.12%) and FTSE 250 (+3.39%) are UP since the Brexit vote on June 23, 2016.

Out And Proud: Where Brexit Leaves Us Now:

Sunderland, England, didn't decide the EU referendum on its own, but it reveals starkly almost all the invisible political, social and economic currents that led to the Leave vote. In this special report, Sky News' Faisal Islam visits the area to talk to people about their reasons for voting, and the city's outlook on Britain's future. Published August 11, 2016





graphic: Department for Exiting the European Union: senior management team - Publications - GOV.UK
Department for Exiting the European Union: senior management team - Publications - GOV.UK
Department for Exiting the European Union: senior management team: Permanent Secretary Oliver Robbins has overall responsibility for supporting the Secretary of State and the department in negotiations to leave the EU and establishing the future relationship between the UK and EU.
Sarah Healey is the Director General of the department.
The department’s senior management team includes:
  • Creon Butler, Director of Analysis
  • Chris Jones, Director of Justice, Security and Migration
  • Joanna Key, Director of Strategy and Planning
  • Antony Phillipson, Director of Trade and Partnerships
  • Tom Shinner, Director of Cross-Government Policy Coordination
  • Catherine Webb, Director of Market Access and Budget

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