Welcome to the last Guardian weekly Brexit briefing: after more than three and a half years and nearly 170 instalments, this – three days after the UK formally left the EU – is the final one. Thank you for subscribing. Full live and daily coverage of the key talks on the future relationship between the bloc and its first ex-member will, of course, continue in the Guardian as they advance, while our Brexit Means … podcast will provide monthly in-depth insights. Meanwhile: Britain may have left Europe, but the Guardian is doing no such thing. These two powers will remain neighbours, allies and closely entwined in each other’s affairs. And so, as the decade unfolds, we will be doubling down on the ideas, issues and interests that Britain shares with its fellow Europeans, and investigating and interrogating those in power – in London, Brussels and other capitals. Misinformation and misunderstanding remain big risks in this new era of withdrawal and disengagement. Our clear, independent, authoritative reporting has never been so vital in bridging the gap. We will be the publication that informs Britain about Europe, Europe about Britain – and the rest of the world about both. Tap into the… Read full this story
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