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post- +‎ Brexit

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post-Brexit

  1. (European politics) Referring to the time after the UK leaves the EU.
    • 2017 April 28, Alex Barker, Arthur Beesley, Vincent Boland, “EU prepares for post-Brexit membership for united Ireland”, in The Financial Times[1]:
      In a step that may stoke concerns in Britain that Brexit could hasten the fragmentation of the UK, diplomats are planning to ask leaders of the EU’s 27 post-Brexit member countries to endorse the idea in a summit on Saturday.
    • 2018 October 2, Daniel Boffey, “EU anger over May's post-Brexit immigration plan”, in The Guardian[2]:
      Senior EU figures have attacked Theresa May’s post-Brexit immigration plan with the president of the European commission, Jean-Claude Juncker, signalling that he expects a row with the British prime minister at an upcoming “moment of truth” summit.
    • 2018 December 19, “Immigration: White Paper sets out post-Brexit rules for migrants”, in the BBC[3]:
      Tens of thousands of low-skilled migrants could come to the UK to work for up to a year under proposed new post-Brexit immigration rules. The measure, which would last until 2025, is intended to protect parts of the economy reliant on overseas labour.
    • 2019 November 25, Mary Honeyball, “Boris Johnson's Brexit day would be a dark day for women”, in The New European[4], archived from the original on 27 November 2019:
      Theresa May's government consistently rejected proposals and amendments to the 2018 Withdrawal Act to maintain current rights and protections post-Brexit. She appeared content to see the back of the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights, a huge loss which would mean less power to protect rights for women, and also to do away with the 2006 and 2010 Equalities Acts.
    • 2019 November 26, Eszter Zalan, “EU gears up for post-Brexit renovation”, in The EU Observer[5]:
      Member states, MEPs and the new EU commission are all gearing up to launch a discussion on the future of post-Brexit Europe early next year.
    • 2023 October 6, Heather Stewart, “‘Choose London’: Sadiq Khan steps up efforts to lure EU citizens post-Brexit”, in The Guardian[6], →ISSN:
      ‘Choose London’: Sadiq Khan steps up efforts to lure EU citizens post-Brexit [title]