Brexit Highlights 4 – 10 November 2019

– The Department for Exiting the European Union published a new policy paper – Reports on Brexit negotiations required by European Union (Withdrawal) Act 2018 and European Union (Withdrawal) (No. 2) Act 2019

– The Select Committee on the Constitution (House of Lords) produced a new report – European Union (Withdrawal Agreement) Bill: interim report

– The European Scrutiny Committee (House of Commons) produced new reports – Post-Brexit Scrutiny of EU Law and Policy; Third Report of Session 2019

– The following sets of no-deal guidance were updated – International agreements if the UK leaves the EU without a deal; Meeting climate change requirements if there’s no Brexit deal; Trading gas with the EU if there’s no Brexit deal; Trading electricity if there’s no Brexit deal

– The House of Commons Library produced new research briefings and blog posts – What is the Dublin III Regulation? Will it be affected by Brexit?; Planning for a no-deal Brexit; Brexit: Trade issues for food and agriculture; Brexit: public procurement; Brexit reading list: no deal; Brexit: a reading list of post-EU Referendum publications by Parliament and the Devolved Assemblies; Planning for a no-deal Brexit; Brexit: ATOL protection scheme; Brexit: devolved legislature business;  Brexit statements; Brexit debates 2019; Brexit and state pensions

– A new Brexit Brief Newsletter was published by the Northern Ireland Assembly

– A new video was published on the Law Society website – Civil judicial co-operation in a no-deal Brexit: What you need to know

– A new post was published on the UK Law Societies’ Joint Brussels Office website – British young lawyers’ practising rights: how will Brexit impact the future in Brussels and beyond?

– New articles were published on the UK Constitutional Law Association website – Anthony Arnull: The European Union (Withdrawal Agreement) Bill; Jeff King and Stephen Tierney: The Constitution Committee Reports on the European Union (Withdrawal Agreement) Bill

– A new article was posted on the European Futures blog – The UK and the post-Brexit financial services regulatory and supervisory regime: From rule-maker to rule-taker?

– A new article was published on the Institute of International & European Affairs website – A history of Brexit (in 1500 words)

– New posts were published on the LSE blog on Brexit, including the following – Beyond no deal: what else does the Brexit Party want?; Le Brexit? Bof! French attitudes to the UK’s departure; Gibraltar and Brexit: the triangulation of Britishness, Empire and Spain

– A new article was posted on the UCL Constitution Unit blog – Five key questions about a further Brexit referendum

– A new report was published by the Bingham Centre for the Rule of Law No Deal Brexit, Business and the Rule of Law

– New articles were published on the UK in a Changing Europe website, including the following – A very Brexit election in Northern Ireland; A Brexit election?; Can any party leader promise to ‘get Brexit done’?; The Brexit Party is a threat to Boris Johnson, not Jeremy Corbyn. Here’s why; Labour’s Brexit policy, the election and their messaging


– New Brexit-related articles were published in the Scots Law Times; Common Market Law Review; New Law Journal:

Robert Shiels, ‘The law of exiting the European Union: Part 3’ (1 November 2019) 33 SLT 129–134.

Armin Cuyvers, ‘Wightman, Brexit, and the sovereign right to remain’ (October 2019) 56 (5) CML Rev. 1303-1331.

David Burrows, ‘Brexit from the other side of La Manche. David Burrows reflects on Liberté, égalité et fraternité and the French citoyen and citoyenne’ (8 November 2019) 169 (7863) NLJ 7.

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