Expert View Right to remain may already be guaranteed by Pavlos Eleftheriadis | 24.03.2017 Vienna Convention suggests that, absent a Brexit deal, the UK’s existing obligations - including to EU citizens - would remain unchanged. Expert View UK’s obligations won’t go to zero if we quit with no deal... by Pavlos Eleftheriadis | 23.03.2017 House of Lords committee rejected opinion of two out of three experts in concluding our obligations would vanish if there’s no deal. Analysis Barnier’s red lines cut across May’s by John Wyles | 23.03.2017 EU negotiator sets out firm positions on UK settling bills, ECJ involvement in any transition and no “regulatory dumping” in future FTA. Expert View EU financial claims against the UK are enforceable by Pavlos Eleftheriadis | 22.03.2017 House of Lords has said UK can avoid paying a “Brexit bill”. This is the first of two articles arguing that we can’t. Expert View Poland will back EU not Brexit by Denis MacShane | 22.03.2017 Despite acrimonious domestic politics, both Poland’s government and opposition agree priority is maintaining the union and single market. Analysis Brexit will be low on Dutch priorities post election by Quentin Peel | 20.03.2017 Netherlands has been staunch UK ally. Next 6 months could be consumed forming coalition. After that, priority will be keeping EU together. Analysis Budget row could torpedo Brexit talks by Luke Lythgoe | 17.03.2017 EU wants to hit UK with steep leaving bill of perhaps €60bn. Britain is adamant it won’t pay “huge sums”. Read our guide to the arguments. Analysis Short period for Brexit talks may have shrunk further by Luke Lythgoe | 16.03.2017 By failing to trigger talks this week, PM has given EU reason to wait until June to set its negotiating mandate. She could run out of time. Expert View If there’s no deal, government will merely make a statement... by David Hannay | 16.03.2017 This cat came out of the bag on Monday when House of Lords approved the Article 50 bill. The government’s policy is Brexit at any cost. Analysis 10 reasons crashing out with no deal would be bonkers by Hugo Dixon | 14.03.2017 Boris Johnson says it would be “perfectly OK” if we don’t get a deal. No it wouldn’t. 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. Comment Meaningful vote would stop May doing anything crazy by Hugo Dixon | 07.03.2017 Downing St says proper parliamentary scrutiny at end of Brexit would incentivise EU to offer us a bad deal. The argument doesn’t hold water.