Brexit Highlights 9 – 15 July 2018

– A new Brexit White paper was published by the UK Government – The future relationship between the United Kingdom and the European Union

– Various Committee’s reports were published this week:

– The House of Commons Library produced a research briefing – The European Union (Withdrawal) Act 2018: scrutiny of secondary legislation (Schedule 7)

– A study, commissioned by the European Parliament’s Policy Department for Citizens’ Rights and Constitutional Affairs at the request of the AFCO Committee was published – The Impact of the UK’s Withdrawal on EU Integration

– A new article was posted on the European Parliamentary Research Service blog – The EU-UK Withdrawal Agreement: Progress To Date And Remaining Difficulties

– A Government response to the report of the EU Justice Sub-Committee on dispute resolution and enforcement after Brexit was made available.

–  A Brexit-themed article was published on the UK Constitutional Law Association blog – Solon Solomon: The Chequers Agreement: Brexit and the Infeasibility of Judicial and Legal Independence

– A new Brexit related-article was published on the Out-Law website – Brexit: trade marks and designs – 10 things to know

– Several articles were posted on the LSE Brexit blog, including the following – EU law is not a thing we simply leave behind on Brexit day; Two years after the vote, there is little certainty where the UK-EU relationship is heading

– A new post was published on the National Assembly for Wales Research Service blog In Brief – The role of devolved Governments’ in the UK’s negotiations with the EU

– A new article was posted on Centre on Constitutional Change blog – Is the UK ready for a Norway-style deal?

– New articles were published on the Free Movement blog, including the following – What the Brexit White Paper says about immigration; Javid: free movement could be replaced with “labour mobility” for executives; Changes to the EEA Regulations come into force on 24 July 2018


– A new Brexit-themed article was published in the Statute Law Review:

  • James Marson, Katy Ferris and Alex Nicholson, ‘Brexit means Brexit: What Does It Mean for the Protection of Third-Party Victims and the Road Traffic Act?’(2018) 39 (2) Stat.L.R. 211–227.

– Two articles were published in the Law Society Gazette:

  • Michael Cross, ‘Leading legal figures deliver post-Brexit wishlist to PM’ (9 July 2018) L.S.G. 8.
  • Marialuisa Taddia, ‘Window on the World’ [A report from the 2018 WTO conference organised by BIICL] (9 July 2018) L.S.G. 21–23.

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