At the end of January, it will be two years since Britain formally left the EU. While there is still some unfinished business from the Brexit negotiations, we have entered a period beyond ‘Brexit’, consisting of what might be described as UK-EU or cross-Channel relations – something new in the history of Britain’s relations with continental Europe. How do these relations stand after the first two years? What are the key issues in the institutional relationship between the UK and the EU? What about relations with individual member states? Where does Britain fit into French and German thinking about the future of the EU? These issues will be discussed by a panel of leading specialists based in London, Paris and Berlin.