On 29th March Prime Minster Theresa May officially triggered Article 50 of the Treaty of Lisbon, beginning the formal process of the UK leaving the European Union. Over the coming weeks and months there will be continuous developments affecting both the UK and EU.

If you need a quick refresher — or some additional information on the potential impact of Brexit — we’ve gathered every Brexit article into one handy page:

 
Scotland’s first minister announces the SNP are seeking approval for second independence referendum vote

By Alex McLeman

Nicola Sturgeon announced that the Scottish government plans to hold a second referendum on independence from the United Kingdom, citing the UK Government’s lack of compromise over Brexit as the defining reason. The announcement and continuing developments surrounding a potential second independence referendum remains of interest in the potentially unstable Brexit process.

Access to EU single market top concern for aspiring British entrepreneurs

By Lam Jian Wyn

Access to the European Union’s single market is the biggest area of concern for British entrepreneurs, a survey found alongside other big issues like the fundraising climate and the regulatory environment.

What the Great Repeal Act means for businesses

By John Paterson

With the White Paper on the Government’s Strategy for Brexit Published, outlining how the Great Repeal Act will function and its purpose, The New Normal Magazine took a look at exactly what this coming act might mean for businesses. We also explored how the maintenance of EU Law may affect different business sectors and what the reactions from each camp might be.

Government to review European Structural Funds which directly impact social enterprises in Scotland

By Lam Jian Wyn

Critics worried about impact of Brexit on the future of EU funds in Scotland. Government statements on specific Brexit issues have been few and far between and worries for groups and companies supported by EU funds have continued.

Strathclyde’s Diversity Week focused on migrant employees’ rights after Brexit

By Tania Tornese

The University of Strathclyde gave migrants an opportunity to understand their rights and duties post-Brexit.