– The following sets of guidance were updated – Draft EU Exit legislation relating to the financial services framework between the UK and Gibraltar; Prepare to drive in the EU after Brexit; EU Settlement Scheme: Assisted Digital service; Trade marks and designs if there’s no Brexit deal; Prepare to drive in the EU after Brexit
– The European Statutory Instruments Committee published a new report – Fourteenth Report of Session 2017–19
– The Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Committee (House of Commons) produced a new report – Beyond the Common Fisheries Policy: Scrutiny of the Fisheries Bill
– New posts – The Immigration Bill: An end to free movement; A “meaningful vote” cast: What happened and what next? – were published on the House of Commons Library blog.
– The Bar Council published a three-part YouTube series about Brexit – Bitesize Brexit: ‘Deadlock or Breakthrough?’, a new Brexit paper – Environmental Law & Regulation and a post-vote analysis – What next for Brexit?
– New articles were published on the UK in a Changing Europe website – New report shows Commons can gain control of the Brexit process; Would a Norway option break the Brexit stalemate? Here’s what new polling tells us; The way forward: can a protocol to the Withdrawal Agreement save the Prime Minister’s deal?
– A new post was posted on the Public Law for Everyone blog – From Miller to the meaningful vote: Why on earth didn’t Parliament take control when it had the chance?
– New articles were published on the Bruegel blog – The implications of no-deal Brexit: is the European Union prepared?; Director’s Cut: The economics of no-deal Brexit
– A new Brexit-related article was published on the Free Movement blog – Home Office releases pilot phase report as EU Settlement Scheme opens
– New articles were published on the Centre on Constitutional Change blog – An uncertain outcome; Beyond the Backstop; What are the Irish government’s Brexit priorities? A united Ireland is not one of them; Reality confounds us yet again on Europe
– New articles were published on the UK Constitutional Law Association blog, including the following – Kenneth Campbell: Constitutional Dogs That Barked and Dogs That Did Not: The Scottish Continuity Bill in the Supreme Court