"The phoney war is over - real politics is back. The past nine months has been political theatre, shadowboxing within the UK and without; the arrival of Article 50's triggering means that the real battle for Britain's exit - and possibly the fate of Britain itself in the wake of Nicola Sturgeon's announcement - is on."
It was reported yesterday that Sir Ivan Rogers - the UK's top diplomat in Brussels - has resigned from his role, ahead of the Brexit negotiaions.
Dr Megan Dee, Associate Research Fellow at the University of Warwick, discusses the implications of the situation.
The failure to improve schools in some parts of England has contributed to the feeling of being ignored revealed in the Brexit vote accoridng to the chief inspector of schools, Sir Michael Wilshaw. Dr Elizabeth Jones Director of Undergraduate Studies, Department of Economics,analyses his statement.
"'We want out country back’, say the leave campaign. The problem is, they can’t get it back because they never lost it.
'Isolation is costly'. Dennis Novy, Associate Professor, Department of Economics discusses why Britain needs Europe a lot more than Europe needs Britain.