Brexit Highlights 17 December 2018 – 6 January 2019

– The UK government published a white paper on EU immigrationThe UK’s future skills-based immigration system

– New no-deal documents (technical notes) which should provide guidance on how to prepare for Brexit if there is no deal were published / updated. They can all be found here.

– The European Scrutiny Committee produced a new report – Forty-ninth Report of Sessions 2017–19

– The HM Treasury published new guidance – Draft EU Exit legislation relating to the financial services framework between the UK and Gibraltar

– The Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport published the following guidance – NIS Regulation EU Exit Guidance

– The House of Commons Library produced several research briefings – What if there’s no Brexit deal?; Could the Withdrawal Agreement be terminated under international law?; The European Economic Area

– A new article was published on the House of Commons Library blog – A second Brexit referendum? The rules explained

– The Office for National Statistics made Brexit-related statistics available – What’s changed since the Brexit vote?

– The European Commission published a new Brexit-related document – Preparing for the withdrawal of the United Kingdom from the European Union on 30 March 2019: Implementing the Commission’s Contingency Action Plan

– An opinion – Proposal for a regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council amending Regulation (EU) No 1316/2013 with regard to the withdrawal of the United Kingdom from the Union – was published.

– A new post was published on the National Assembly for Wales blog In Brief – 100 days to Brexit

– The Government of Ireland published its contingency action plan – Preparing for the withdrawal of the United Kingdom from the European Union on 29 March 2019

– New articles were published on the European law blog Introduction to the Mini-Symposium: EU Citizenship in the Shadow of Brexit; Part I Mini-Symposium on EU Citizenship in the Shadow of Brexit: The Brexit effect – European Parliamentary Elections in the UK; Part II Mini-Symposium on EU Citizenship in the Shadow of Brexit: Political participation by EU citizens in Scotland after Brexit; Part III Mini-Symposium on EU Citizenship in the Shadow of Brexit: The Right of UK nationals to vote in European Parliament elections in the EU-27; Part IV Mini-Symposium on EU Citizenship in the Shadow of Brexit: (EU Withdrawal) Texts, Pretexts and Epignosis in the United Kingdom

– A new opinion was published on the Bruegel blog – How a second referendum could be the best way to overcome Brexit impasse

– Several Brexit-related articles were published on the Free Movement blog – A member of an EU national’s household can apply for settled status; Immigration Bill to end EU free movement finally published; Immigration Bill to end EU free movement finally published; The immigration white paper is a charter for the wealthy; Family members of cross border workers can derive EU right to reside if needed for childcare; Some holiday reading on EU citizens’ rights and post-Brexit settled status

– A new article was published on the BrexitLawNI blog – Sharing the Island: Brexit, ‘No Deal’ and the Constitutional Future

– New posts were published on the Centre on Constitutional Change blog – Brexit legislation in the Supreme Court: A Tale of Two Withdrawal Acts?; The Scottish Continuity Bill Reference

– A new article was published on the University of Bristol Law School blog – A call for the revocation of Article 50

– New articles were published on the EU Law Analysis blog – UK citizens as non-EU citizens in the EU after Brexit: applying the EU Directive on non-EU long-term residents; Dispute settlement and the Brexit withdrawal agreement

– New posts were published on the UK Constitutional Law Association blog – Dennis Dixon: Wightman and the General Interpretation of Article 50; Aris Georgopoulos: Revoking Article 50 TEU (C-621/18 Wightman and others): “Iphigenia Must Reach the Altar”

A NEW BOOK IN THE LIBRARY

Andrea Biondi, Patrick J. Birkinshaw and Maria Kendrick (eds), Brexit: The Legal Implications (Kluwer Law International 2018)

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