The University of Kansas News, George Diepenbrock, 'Brexit chaos has brought on politicized judiciary in Britain, historian says'
The Hill, Barnabas Reynolds, 'Brexit affords UK chance to rewrite archaic EU financial laws'
The Independent, Robert Tombs, 'The idea that Parliament should have control over Brexit is a strange perversion of our history and of common sense'
Financial Times, Jonathan Ford, 'The cliff edges of Brexit are mainly in bankers' minds'
The Times, Peter Crisp, 'An apolitical judiciary is precious, Article 50 must not undermine that'
City AM, Hayley Kirton and Mark Sands, 'City eyes best possible access to Europe's Single Market'
Financial Times, 'The City sets plausible goals for life after Brexit'
Brexit Central, David Abulafia, 'Gina Miller may have mischievous intentions but her legal case will actually have the effect of reinvigorating the Commons'
Financial Times, Jonathan Ford, 'City of London lobbying group drops demand for EU 'passport''
Brexit Central, Hugh Bennett, ‘The UK must be fully prepared to walk away with nothing to have any credibility in the negotiations to come’
Gulf News, John Redwood, ‘Does Brexit mean good riddance to austerity?’
Guardian, John Redwood ‘There is a plan: Brexit means good riddance to austerity’
The Times, Dominic Kennedy and Francis Elliott, ‘You need us, Carney tells Brussels’
The Commentator, John Redwood, ‘Brexit: Prosperity, not austerity’