Brexit: the next steps for the UK’s withdrawal from the EU

The Commons Library and Lords Library has produced impartial analysis of the UK’s referendum for remaining in or leaving the European Union. The page sets out useful research on the impact of Brexit on key policy areas. It also explains the process for leaving the EU.

Brexit - implications for pensions (21 July 2016)
The Commons Library briefing paper looks at the initial responses from relevant organisations of Brexit for pensions.

The paper includes information on the following:

  • Private Pensions
    • The legal framework
    • Regulators’ statements following vote on 23 June
    • Initial reactions
    • Market volatility
  • State Pensions

Brexit and financial services (21 July 2016)
This Commons Library briefing paper brings together some immediate responses from relevant organisations. The degree of inter-linkage between the ‘City’ and the EU economies is substantial economically speaking and intricate in terms of the legislative interface.

The paper includes comments from the following:

  • The Bank of England
  • Financial Conduct Authority (FCA)
  • Barclays
  • Royal bank of Scotland (RBS)
  • Santander
  • Lloyds of London
  • TheCityUK
  • Travers Smith
  • New Capital
  • Subsequent Reaction and Developments

This information was published prior to the Referendum result.

Background to the UK’s EU referendum 2016

The page includes:

  • Analysis of the results
  • Eligibility to vote
  • Withdrawal process
  • Overview of policy areas
  • Devolved legislatures
  • Relevant legislation and debates
  • Background to negotiations

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