Analysis EU sovereignty means the City may lose key euro role by Michael Prest | 24.03.2017 City will remain a major international financial centre for Europe. But the Eurozone will seek more control over euro-denominated clearance. Comment Brexiters casually threw Gibraltar under their battle bus by David Hannay | 22.03.2017 Ministers don’t seem to care about damage Brexit could cause the Rock. Given that top Leavers claim to support Gibraltar, this is shameful. Analysis Welcome to era of Brexit inflation by Hugo Dixon | 21.03.2017 Those who say referendum vote is painless ignore how pound’s plunge boosts inflation - now 2.3% and rising. And that’s even before Brexit. Expert View UK shouldn’t have a problem with WTO post-Brexit by Roderick Abbott | 13.03.2017 Although we will need to establish a tariff “schedule”, the government plan to mimic existing EU tariffs means there should be little hassle. Analysis Australian Labor repudiates idea of FTA with post-Brexit UK by Denis MacShane | 13.03.2017 UK government claims outside EU is a nirvana of bilateral free trade deals. Victory for Australia’s Labor Party would make this unlikely. Comment Economists for Brexit rebrand highlights the real issues by Bill Emmott | 10.03.2017 Roger Bootle’s rebranded lobby group underlines the fact that Brexit doesn’t just mean Brexit. Analysis €2bn fraud bill would be further spanner in Brexit talks by John Wyles | 09.03.2017 EU anti-fraud body wants UK fined for letting Chinese crime network evade customs duties. If Commission agrees, Brexit talks will sour fast. Analysis Brexit spectre haunts budget by Sam Ashworth-Hayes | 08.03.2017 Chancellor avoids the “B” word, but can’t avoid the problems it creates. Analysis Rejoining EFTA isn’t so bad if we must have Brexit by Michael Emerson | 08.03.2017 A House of Commons committee has called on the government to evaluate rejoining EFTA. This would be a good damage limitation exercise. Analysis EU migrant quotas would gum up economy by Luke Lythgoe | 06.03.2017 Government hasn’t decided its post-Brexit migration policy. But one idea doing the rounds - a system of quotas - needs shooting down now. Analysis PM guilty of doublespeak on free trade by David Hannay | 01.03.2017 Theresa May says she’s a firm advocate of free trade. Her actions speak louder than her words. Analysis Mail writer wrongly blames EU not Brexit for shrinkflation by Luke Lythgoe | 22.02.2017 Littlejohn thinks metric measures rather than the plunging pound is the cause of “shrinkflation”. The evidence doesn’t back him up.