Read up on economic factors like trade regulations, and how these will be affected by Brexit.
The 2019 Withdrawal Agreement
On the 17th October 2019, at the European Council, the EU and the UK agreed on the text of the revised Withdrawal Agreement and accompanying Political Declaration. These documents can be downloaded from the Official Journal of the European Union at the link below.
From the European Commission: The Draft Withdrawal Agreement
On the 28th February 2018, the European Commission (presented by Michel Barnier, Chief Negotiator) released the Draft Withdrawal Agreement on the withdrawal of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland from the European Union and the European Atomic Energy Community. This 118-page document can downloaded from the link below.
This large document is full of political and legal language, so to help you understand the aims of this document and the potential legal ramifications, take a look at these helpful articles written by experts on the subject:
Professor Michael Dougan of the University of Liverpool firstly explores the principles and practical functions of an internal market, and then discusses the UK’s plans and vision for the “single market” after leaving the EU. In this clear and concise video, he reflects on the four key points in this debate.
The outlook for the UK and the EU in 2017, and the Withdrawal Bill