Brexit Highlights 28 October – 3 November 2019

– The HM Treasury updated its sets of guidance – Banking, insurance and other financial services if there’s no Brexit deal; Approach to financial services legislation under the EU (Withdrawal) Act 2018

– The Home Office updated its sets of guidance – Trading in drug precursors if there’s no Brexit deal; European firearms requirements if there’s no Brexit deal

– The House of Commons Library produced new research briefings and blog posts – What does the latest Brexit delay mean for the UK and EU?; Parliament and the three extensions of Article 50; Statistics on UK-EU trade; Brexit: a reading list of post-EU Referendum publications by Parliament and the Devolved Assemblies; Fisheries and Brexit; Brexit reading list: no deal; Brexit timeline: events leading to the UK’s exit from the European Union; Brexit: devolved legislature business  

– The Scottish Parliament Information Centre produced a new Brexit update

– The European Council adopted a decision to extend the period under Article 50. The Declaration of the European Council (Article 50) can be found here.

– A new post was published on the OUP blogHow Brexit may have changed Parliament forever

– A new no-deal guidance was published by the Law Society No-deal Brexit guidance: Immigration implications for law firms

– A new post was published on the Squire Patton Bogg blog – Brexit: Turkeys voting for Christmas?

– A new post was published on the Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer blog – Boris, Brexit and the Future of Britain

– A new article was published on the Centre on Constitutional Change website – Legislating for EU withdrawal: do the devolved institutions really have ‘no role’?

– New articles were published on the EU Law Analysis blog – Analysis 5 of the revised Brexit withdrawal agreement: the political declaration on the EU/UK future relationship; Life’s a ditch – and then you lie: the third extension of EU membership

– New articles were published on the UK in a Changing Europe, including the following – Boris Johnson’s Brexit deal poses a rules-of-origin conundrum; The Brexit negotiations: how (ir)rational are they?; The Brexodus of MPs will change the House Commons, whatever the election result

– A new article was published on the UK Constitutional Law Association blog – David Dennis: Llewellyn, Hart and Miller 2


– New Brexit-related articles were published in the Law Society Gazette, European Current Law and Counsel:

Jonathan Goldsmith, ‘Is the PM’s deal good for solicitors?’ [28 October 2019] L.S.G. 13.

Cristina Sáenz Pérez, ‘Minister for Justice and Equality v RO: Brexit Means Nothing Has Changed …Yet’ (2019) 11 Euro.C.L. 1003–1012.

Jack Simson Caird, ‘Miller 2, the Supreme Court and the politics of constitutional interpretation’ [November 2019] Counsel 28–29.

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