• The government has said it will release information from Brexit impact studies, after Labour won a vote effectively forcing their hand. Ministers had argued that releasing the economic impact studies would undermine their Brexit negotiating position. However, Commons Leader Andrea Leadsom agreed that Wednesday’s vote was “binding” and told MPs: “The information will be forthcoming.” Brexit Secretary David Davis said ministers would be “as open as we can”. (BBC)
  • David Davis has said he will look at proposals that would allow British nationals to opt-in and keep their European Union citizenship after Brexit. The Brexit Secretary said he would “look seriously” at “associate citizenship” – and idea backed by the European Parliament to allow Brits to keep the right to live and work in the EU. (Independent)
  • The Bank of England has issued a fresh set of warnings about the economic implications of Brexit, reiterating that the UK’s split from the European Union will probably hamper productivity and slow growth. In its regular Inflation Report, published after announcing its first interest rate rise in over a decade, the central bank struck a cautious tone and said its future decisions would largely depend on the trade terms of the UK’s departure from the EU. (Independent)
  • The decline in EU nurses and midwives wanting to work in the UK since the referendum is continuing, figures show. The trend was first noticed earlier this year, and now a new batch of figures released by the Nursing and Midwifery Council have reinforced the idea that Brexit is having an impact. In September the register showed just over 36,200 EU nurses and midwives – over 2,700 less than a year before. (BBC)