Brexit Highlights 9 – 15 December 2019

– The House of Commons Library published a new research briefing – UK progress in rolling over EU trade agreements

– A new document was published by the European CouncilEuropean Council (Art. 50) meeting (13 December 2019) – Conclusions

– A presentation was made available on the Brick Court Brexit Law blog – Brexit – Making Britain great again (and the UK more united)?

– A new article was published on the Bingham Centre for the Rule of Law website – The infringement action against the UK for failing to nominate a new Commissioner

– A new article was published on the Free Movement blog  – The Conservative plan for immigration after Brexit

– New posts were published on the UCL Brexit blog – The Mechanics of a Further Referendum on Brexit Revisited: Questions for the New Parliament; Boris Johnson’s Brexit policy explained

– A new post was published on the Squire Patton Bogg Brexit Legal blog – Brexit Unblocked

– A new article was published on the Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer blog – Boris Johnson wins decisive mandate to “Get Brexit Done”       

– New posts were published on the Scottish Parliament’s Information Centre Spotlight blog – Phase 2 of the Brexit negotiations – the EU’s approach; General Election 2019 – Brexit, moving to Phase 2

– A new report was published by the Institute of International and European Affairs website – Brexit Status Reports

– New articles were published on the Centre on Constitutional Change blog – Northern Ireland will never be the same again; The ‘other Union’: Indyref2 and the future of the UK; The English Question and Brexit

New articles were published on the LSE blog, including the following – The failure of the left to grasp Brexit; Hard, soft or none at all: what the election result will mean for Brexit; How Brexit can give Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland more policymaking power; Why the Alternative Vote system could have delivered a clearer signal on Brexit

– New articles were published on the Institute for Government website – Getting the UK ready for the next phase of Brexit negotiations; A second independence referendum

– New articles were published on the UK in a Changing Europe website, including the following – “Getting Brexit done” – the hard work starts now; How will government change post-election?; State aid after Brexit; Defence is another reason for Britain to leave the EU– A new article was published on the Cosmopolis blog – EU Citizens in the UK: Key documents for Cross-border Work, Pensions, Healthcare and Social Security

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