Brexit Highlights 30 April – 6 May 2018

– The European Scrutiny Committee (House of Commons) produced a new report – Twenty-sixth Report of Session 2017–19

– The European Union Committee (House of Lords) published a new report – Dispute resolution and enforcement after Brexit

– A report – Radioactive waste: implications of UK withdrawal from Euratom and the EU – was published on the UK Government website.

– A new report – Living abroad: What information is there on British residents living in the EU? April 2018 – was made available on the UK Government website.

– The Taskforce on Article 50 negotiations with the United Kingdom made topics for discussions on the future framework at forthcoming meetings available on its website.

– The European Parliament Brexit Steering Group published a letter sent to Secretary of State for the Home Department Sajid Javid MP.

– New Brexit-related posts were published on the National Assembly for Wales Research Service blog In Brief Agreement reached on amendments to the EU (Withdrawal) Bill; Land management after Brexit: Cabinet Secretary to make Plenary statement

– The Law Society produced a new paper – Options for the future UK-EU dispute settlement mechanism

– A new article was posted on the Monckton Brexit blog – Two souls in Europe’s breast

– A new article was published on the European Futures website – Has Parliament Taken Charge of Brexit?

– A new post was posted on the Cardiff University Welsh Brexit blog – The future of Welsh fisheries

– New articles were published on the Centre on Constitutional Change website – Can the Sewel Convention Survive Brexit?; The UK-Welsh agreement on Brexit and devolved powers, and why it matters for the UK as a whole

– A new podcast was made available on the British Institute of International and Comparative Law website – ‘Brexit and UK Competition Law’ by Dr Liza Lovdahl Gormsen

– A new article was published on the UK in a Changing Europe website – We must protect our human rights from being eroded by Brexit

– A new post was published on the House of Commons Library blog – Brexit: can Parliament control the outcome of the negotiations?


– A new Brexit-related article was published in the New Law Journal:

Camilla Fusco, ‘Breaking up is hard to do. Camilla Fusco hopes the mist clears soon surrounding the fate of family law in post-Brexit Britain’ (4 May 2018) 168 (7791) NLJ 11.

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