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OMFIF series on UK EU referendum aftermath

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OMFIF's series on the UK EU referendum aftermath presents a wide variety of perspectives from Britain and around the world after the 23 June poll on EU membership.

OMFIF would be pleased to receive comments and additions to this series. Please e-mail publishing@omfif.org

5 Jan 2017 - No. 54 - Politicians politicising civil service - Brian Reading

4 Jan 2017 - No. 53 - Landmark on road to Brexit - William Keegan

16 Dec 2016 - No. 52 - The Battle of Brexit - Brian Reading

7 Nov 2016 - No.51 - 'Hotel California' might apply to UK too - David Marsh

6 Nov 2016 - No.50 - Brexit brouhaha - Brian Reading

31 Oct 2016 - No.49 - Making haste on Brexit - Meghnad Desai

30 Oct 2016 - No.48 - Carney, May and the sterling imbrogl - David Marsh

19 Oct 2016 - No.47 - Nous regrettons le Brexit, but... - Denis MacShane

17 Oct 2016 - No.46 - Cornwall, Brexit and globalisation - John Kornblum

14 Oct 2016 - No.45 - Image and integration - Jan Ledóchowski 

12 Oct 2016 - No.44 - Steering a path away from Europe - Joergen Oestroem Moeller

6 Oct 2016 - No.43 - On the road to a sterling crisis - Desmond Lachman

4 Oct 2016 - No.42 - What the Conservative party wants - Denis MacShane

29 Sep 2016 - No.41 - Brexit's three silver linings for the EU - Kalin Anev Janse

27 Sep 2016 - No.40 - Brexit Britain: no shining star - Simon Tilford

23 Sep 2016 - No.39 - Britain should look east - Mark Crosby

22 Sep 2016 - No.38 - Five conditions for consulting the people - Joergen Oestroem Moeller

20 Sep 2016 - No.37 - Italy's dangerous gamble - Antonio Armellini

19 Sep 2016 - No.36 - Heading for the rocks - Denis MacShane

16 Sep 2016 - No.35 - Still in the shadows - Marcello Minenna

15 Sep 2016 - No.34 - Tackling the UK's export malaise - Bob Bischof

13 Sep 2016 - No.33 - Rules of European engagement - David Marsh

12 Sep 2016 - No.32 - Don't heed the forecasters' gloom - John Redwood

9 Sep 2016 - No.31 - Turning Brexit into an opportunity - OMFIF 

6 Sep 2016 - No.30 - Flawed assumptions, erroneous conclusions - Brian Reading

5 Sep 2016 - No.29 - Merkel's ebbing power boosts May's EU leverage - David Marsh

30 Aug 2016 - No.29 - Brexit adds to UK infrastructure gap - Brian Unwin

26 Aug 2016 - No.28 - Disproving the doomsayers - John Redwood

22 Aug 2016 - No.27 - Beating the UK downturn - Charles Goodhart

18 Aug 2016 - No.26 - Don't rush Brexit fences too early - Denis MacShane

2 Aug 2016 - No.25 - Britain’s complex road to Brexit - Charles Grant

1 Aug 2016 - No.24 - As UK exits, goodwill is crucial - Charles Grant

27 Jul 2016 - No.23 - A chance for Chancellor Hammond - Brian Reading

26 Jul 2016 - No.22 - Threat to debt sustainability - John (Iannis) Mourmouras

25 Jul 2016 - No.21 - Angela May and Theresa Merkel - David Marsh

21 Jul 2016 - No.20 - Shaking faith in democracy - Ben Shenglin

20 Jul 2016 - No.19 - Britain's timetable for regaining control - John Redwood

19 Jul 2016 - No.18 - New global Atlantic in the making - John Kornblum

18 Jul 2016 - No.17 - Seizing opportunity from EU crisis - Ernst Welteke

15 Jul 2016 - No.16 - Toxic mix in Greece - Marcello Minenna

14 Jul 2016 - No.15 - Prospects for sterling recovery - John Plender

13 Jul 2016 - No.14 - Missing link in Brexit puzzle - Meghnad Desai

12 Jul 2016 - No.13 - Europe wants its money back - Denis MacShane

11 Jul 2016 - No.12 - Schadenfreude over British exit - David Marsh

6 Jul 2016 - No.11 - After Brexit, austerity heads for the door - David Marsh

5 Jul 2016 - No.10 - Unravelling the Brexit trilemma - Elliot Hentov

4 Jul 2016 - No.9 - Confusion of strangers - David Marsh

1 Jul 2016 - No.8 - Carney's risks - Desmond Lachman

30 Jun 2016 - No.7 - Cross-channel currents - John Nugée

29 Jun 2016 - No.6 - Europe’s surreal referendums - David Marsh

27 Jun 2016 - No.5 - Democracy the winner after nasty campaign - Brian Reading

27 Jun 2016 - No.4 - Global shock after UK exit vote - Desmond Lachman

27 Jun 2016 - No.3 - Now’s the time to reduce divisions - John Redwood

27 Jun 2016 - No.2 - The future: neither paradise nor perdition - Meghnad Desai

24 Jun 2016 - No.1 - Cameron quits, Britain and Europe face convulsion - David Marsh