Brexit Highlights 16 – 22 September 2019

– The HM Revenue & Customs updated its guidance – HMRC Brexit communications resources; Agent Update: Brexit special

– The Environment Agency updated its guidance – Accumulating radioactive waste that you cannot transfer because of Brexit

– The Intellectual Property Office and Department for Business, Innovation & Skills updated its guidance – Changes to trade mark law in the event of Brexit without a withdrawal agreement

–  The Intellectual Property Office, Department for Exiting the European Union, and Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy updated its guidance – Changes to design and trade mark law if the UK leaves the EU without a deal

– The House of Commons Library published new blog posts and research briefings – The progress of the EU Settlement Scheme so far; Brexit: devolved legislature business; Brexit: a reading list of post-EU Referendum publications by Parliament and the Devolved Assemblies; EU Settlement Scheme; Brexit debates 2019; Brexit statements; UK replacement of the EU’s external agreements after Brexit; Brexit and chemicals regulation (REACH); Brexit reading list: no deal

– A new Brexit Brief Newsletter was produced by the Northern Ireland Assembly service.

– The National Assembly for Wales published a new Brexit monitoring report – Brexit and the Prorogation of the UK Parliament

– A new study commissioned by the European Parliament’s Policy Department for Citizens’ Rights and Constitutional Affairs was made available online – The future relationship between the UK and the EU in the field of international protection following the UK’s withdrawal from the EU

– A new post was published on the National Assembly for Wales Research Service blog In Brief – Wales and the end of free movement

– A new podcast was made available on the UK in a Changing Europe website – Brexit Breakdown with Seb Dance, MEP for London

– New articles were published on the UK in a Changing Europe website, including the following – Prorogation may have been ill-advised, but that does not make it unlawful; Here’s how Boris Johnson can avoid delaying Brexit and deliver a no-deal by October 31 legally; Sir John Major stole the Supreme Court show with his blistering broadside against Boris Johnson; The Government’s Supreme Court prorogation fightback was effective, but the missing witness statement rankled; Here’s how Boris Johnson can avoid delaying Brexit and deliver a no-deal by October 31 legallySupreme Court prorogation hearing: Gina Miller’s case gets traction as the Government has questions to answer; Prorogation: issues for the Supreme Court

– A new post was published on the UCL Brexit blog – What policy do British voters want on EU immigration? Is there a hidden consensus?

– New articles were posted on the Free Movement blog – The good, the bad, and the hard truth buried in EU Settlement Scheme stats: analysis; Welcome and unwelcome rule changes made to EU Settlement Scheme: analysis; Do dependent parents actually need to be dependent under the EU Settlement Scheme?

– A new post was published on the EU Law Analysis blog – Third Time Lucky? The new law on extension of UK membership of the EU 

– New articles were published on the LSE Brexit website, including the following – The Supreme Court should repair the tear in the fabric of the constitution that prorogation has opened up; Brexit crunch time: do all paths lead to an early election?; When is prorogation ‘improper’?; Why we need a Democracy Protection Act before the general election; Let’s not divide the Supreme Court into Leavers and Remainers: the need for a better understanding of our judiciary has never been greater; From ‘purpose’ to ‘effect’: a principled way to decide whether prorogation is legal

– A new article was posted on the Bingham Centre for the Rule of Law website – The Benn-Burt Extension Act: A roadblock to a No-deal Brexit?

– A new article was published on the UK Human Rights blog – Round Up 16.09.19. In fashion this Autumn/Winter – Constitutional Law?

– New posts were published on the UK Constitutional Law Association blog – Michael Detmold: The Unconstitutional Brexit Letter; Steven Spadijer: Prorogation, Justiciability and the Reserve Powers; George Letsas: Non-Justiciability of Prorogation: A Matter of Law and Logic?; Stephen Tierney: Prorogation and the Courts: A Question of Sovereignty; Jeff King: Miller/Cherry and Remedies for Ultra Vires Delegated Legislation; Alexandra Sinclair and Joe Tomlinson: Eliminating Effective Scrutiny: Prorogation, No Deal Brexit, and Statutory Instruments; Dean Knight: Reasoning Through Challenges to Prorogation: Cherry and Miller (No 2); Yossi Nehushtan: Prorogation and Justiciability; Hasan Dindjer: Prorogation as a Breach of Parliamentary Sovereignty; Hayley J. Hooper: Keeping the Lights On: Contrasting Miller v Prime Minister and Cherry v The Advocate General

– A new report was published on the Politeia blog – Leave as You Entered. Brexit in International Law

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