Brexit Briefing: Weekly Media Summary – 10 November 2017

Brexit Briefing - Weekly Summary

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 this week are:

Theresa May warns rebels as Brexit talks set to resume (BBC News, 10 November 2017)

Britons Can Still Reverse Brexit, Article 50 Architect Says (Bloomberg, 9 November 2017)

Brexit trauma and the GBP (growthbusiness, 9 November 2017)

EU´s Michel Barnier asks if UK will stick with `European model´ on regulation (MailOnline, 9 November 2017)

Echa clarifies post-Brexit REACH ‘paper registration’ rules (ChemicalWatch, 8 November 2017)

As Brexit slowly judders into reality, civil servants are leaving in droves (The Guardian, 8 November 2017)

Brexit is an opportunity to strengthen our environmental laws (blastingnews, 8 November 2017)

Roseanna Cunningham reaffirms commitment to EU’s “environmental principles” (CommonSpace, 7 November 2017)

Brexit minister Steve Baker attacked over Brexit impact study ‘delay’ (BBC News, 7 November 2017)

Let civil servants do their job: the Brexit impact studies should not be published (CSV, 6 November 2017)

The Germans are making contingency plans for the collapse of Europe. Let’s hope we are, too (The Guardian, 6 November 2017)

Trade associations lobby against deposit return scheme, letters reveal (TalkingRetail, 6 November 2017)

May and Corbyn to set out competing views of Brexit negotiations (The Guardian, 6 November 2017)

Brexit: No progress on agriculture and fishing deal, says Scottish rural minister (The Scotsman, 6 November 2017)

Trump adviser Ross says UK-US trade deal will mean scrapping EU rules (The Guardian, 6 November 2017)

Brexit: Call for new committee to scrutinise legislation (BBC News, 5 November 2017)

Theresa May kickstarts trade talks by accepting £53bn bill (The Times, 5 November 2017)

Gove hints at single UK air quality standard after Brexit (AirQualityNews, 3 November 2017

UK seeks close energy relationship with EU after Brexit (wnn, 3 November 2017)

UK to establish new regulator to address gap in post-Brexit green governance (ClimateAction, 3 November 2017)

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