Brexit50

Theresa  May
United Kingdom

1

Prime Minister
UK Government

Angela Merkel
Germany

2

Federal Chancellor
German Government

Nicola Sturgeon
United Kingdom

3

First Minister
Scottish Government

Michel Barnier
France

4

Chief Negotiator leading the Commission Taskforce Negotiating with the UK (art.50)
European Commission

Donald Tusk
Poland

5

President
European Council

François Hollande
France

6

President
French Government

Philip  Hammond
United Kingdom

7

Chancellor of the Exchequer
UK Government

David Davis
United Kingdom

8

Secretary of State for Exiting the EU
UK Government

Jean-claude Juncker
Luxembourg

9

President
European Commission

Guy Verhofstadt
Belgium

10

Lead rapporteur on Brexit
European Parliament

Didier Seeuws
Belgium

11

Head of the General Secretariat of the Council Special Taskforce on the UK
Council of the EU

Enda  Kenny
Ireland

12

Taoiseach
Irish Government

Hillary Benn
United Kingdom

13

Chair, Committee on Exiting the European Union & Member of Parliament, Labour
UK Government

Mark Rutte
Netherlands

14

Prime Minister
Dutch Government

Martin Selmayr
Germany

15

Head of Cabinet of the President of the European Commission
European Commission

Keir Starmer
United Kingdom

16

Shadow Brexit Secretary Member of Parliament, Labour
UK Parliament

Donald Trump
USA

17

US President-Elect
US Government

Wolfgang Schäuble
Germany

18

Finance Minister
German Government

Liam  Fox
United Kingdom

19

Secretary of State for International Trade
UK Government

Frans Timmermans
Netherlands

20

First Vice President
European Commission

Boris Johnson
United Kingdom

21

Foreign Secretary
UK Government

Nigel  Farage
United Kingdom

22

MEP, Interim Leader of UKIP
European Parliament

Nick Timothy
United Kingdom

23

Joint Chief-of-Staff, Number 10
UK Government

Uwe Corsepius
Germany

24

Special Adviser on Europe to Angela Merkel
German Government

Paul Dacre
United Kingdom

25

Editor
Daily Mail

Manfred Weber
Germany

26

MEP & EPP Group Leader
European Parliament

Paolo Gentiloni
Italy

27

Prime Minister
Italian Government

David MacAllister
Germany

28

MEP & Adviser to Angela Merkel
European Parliament

Patience Wheatcroft
United Kingdom

29

Baroness
House of Lords, UK Parliament

Sadiq Khan
United Kingdom

30

Mayor
Government of Greater London

Mariano Rajoy
Spain

31

Prime Minister
Spanish Government

Sir Jeremy Heywood
United Kingdom

32

Cabinet Secretary and Head of the Civil Service
UK Government

Antonio Tajani
Italy

33

MEP & President
European Parliament

Carolyn Fairbairn
United Kingdom

34

Director General
Confederation of British Industry

Rupert Murdoch
Australia

35

Executive Chairman
News Corporation

Sabine Weyand
Germany

36

Deputy Chief Negotiator leading the Commission Taskforce Negotiating with the UK (art.50)
European Commission

Oliver Robbins
United Kingdom

37

Permanent Secretary for the Department of Exiting the EU
UK Civil Service

Marine Le Pen
France

38

MEP & President of the Front National
European Parliament

Tim Barrow
United Kingdom

39

UK Permanent Representative to the EU
UK Representation to the EU

Mark Carney
Canada

40

Governor
Bank of England

Frances O'Grady
United Kingdom

41

General Secretary
TUC

Gianni Pittella
Italy

42

MEP & President – Group of the Progressive Alliance of Socialists and Democrats
European Parliament

Cecilia Malmström
Sweden

43

European Commissioner for Trade
European Commission

Gina Miller
United Kingdom

44

Founding Partner
SCM Private

Charles Grant
United Kingdom

45

Director
Centre for European Reform

Andrew Tyrie
United Kingdom

46

Chair, Treasury Select Committee, Member of Parliament, Conservative
UK Parliament

Markus Kerber
Germany

47

Director General
BDI (Federation of German Industry)

Shriti Vadera
United Kingdom

48

Baroness – Chair of Santander & Leader of Financial Services EU Taskforce
City of London

Stefan Löfven
Sweden

49

Prime Minister
Swedish Government

Carlos Ghosn
France

50

CEO
Renault-Nissan

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