The government is taking back control of British law with great eagerness. Here's what to look out for.
The road to Brexit looks long and winding, but it seems extremely unlikely that any outcome which threatens the long-term viability of foreign investment in the UK will be tenable.
The case of a man stripped of his EU citizenship offers some guidance for emigrants living in legally uncharted territory after the Brexit vote.
A weak pound might be good for exports but it is bad news for the investment that the economy is based on.
But it's not clear what proof of permanent right to reside will mean after Brexit.
Free movement will be at the heart of post-Brexit negotiations. But what is it?
The added costs from trade-related red tape that will result from leaving the EU are certain and they will be costly for business and government.
A drop in migration from the EU would ease demand for housing, but also reduce the availability of those legendary Polish house builders, who will be hard to replace with local labour.
Angela Merkel and François Hollande are now alone at the top table, and there are no prizes for guessing who is drawing up the seating plan.
What leaving the EU means for research, student experience and higher education reforms.