BREXIT NEWS BRIEF
24th March 2017

Today’s headlines: Civitas finds Single Market trade benefits “largely imaginary”; Netherlands backs call for special UK/EU trade deal; UK car production at a 17-year high thanks to bumper exports; and more

POLITICS
Eastern Daily Press: Trade benefits of EU ‘largely imaginary’
Sun: Brexit trade chief Liam Fox confirms plans to take back control of policy from Brussels
Politico: [http://Jean-Claude%20Juncker:%20We%20won%E2%80%99t%20punish%20UK%20for%20Brexit%20But%20it%20is%20%E2%80%98a%20failure%20and%20a%20tragedy.%E2%80%99]Jean-Claude Juncker: We won’t punish [http://Jean-Claude%20Juncker:%20We%20won%E2%80%99t%20punish%20UK%20for%20Brexit%20But%20it%20is%20%E2%80%98a%20failure%20and%20a%20tragedy.%E2%80%99]UK[http://Jean-Claude%20Juncker:%20We%20won%E2%80%99t%20punish%20UK%20for%20Brexit%20But%20it%20is%20%E2%80%98a%20failure%20and%20a%20tragedy.%E2%80%99] for Brexit, but it is ‘a failure and a tragedy’
Express: Netherlands backs Barnier’s call for ‘SPECIAL’ trade deal with Britain
Independent: Richard Branson calls for second EU referendum