Disputes over vaccine supply, sales of fresh shellfish and the Northern Ireland border issue have been at the forefront during the first 100 days since Brexit.
Stephen Cole looks at how the EU and UK can move forward with trade negotiations in a year that has been dominated by the global pandemic.
ALSO ON THE AGENDA
- How relevant was the recent vaccine dispute to Brexit? Amelia Hadfield,head of politics at the University of Surrey and Karel Lannoo,CEO of the Centre for European Policy Studies discuss the future of the European Union.
- Ben Butters, the CEO of Eurochambres and James Sibley, the head of international affairs for the Federation of Small Businesses discuss the impact of Brexit on small-medium size enterprises across the continent. They consider whether the 40 percent decrease in trade across the channel is merely teething problems.