Brexit Highlights 15 – 21 April 2019

– The House of Commons Library published a new research briefing – Brexit delayed again: until 31 October 2019?

– A new post was published on the European Parliamentary Research Service blog – Outcome of the Special European Council (Article 50) Meeting, 10 April 2019

– New articles were published on the Centre on Constitutional Change blog – Half in, half out? Sinn Féin’s “all-Ireland” strategy in the European Elections; Is Tory unionism the greatest obstacle to Brexit?

– A new paper – How should the UK govern itself in the time of Brexit? – was published on the Constitution Society website.

– A new paper was published on the Institute for Government website – Negotiating Brexit. Preparing for talks on the UK’s future relationship with the EU

– New articles were published on the UK in a Changing Europe blog, including the following – Where does Brexit leave UK law?; Brexit could prove to be Britain’s ‘constitutional moment’

– A new article was posted on the UK Human Rights blog – Brexit: Is the UK’s ‘Constitutional Moment’ here at last?

– A new post was published on the UK Constitutional Law Association blog – Alison Young: Taking (Back) Control?

NEW ARTICLE IN THE LIBRARY

– A new Brexit-related article was published in the European State Aid Law Quarterly:

Maria Segura, Egill Olafsson and Marianne Clayton, ‘Brexit, the EEA and the EU State aid Rules’ (2019) 1 EStAL 3–14.

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