Brexit Highlights 16 December 2019– 5 January 2020

– The Department for Exiting the European Union updated the EU (Withdrawal Agreement) Bill

– The Regulatory Policy Committee and Department for Exiting the European Union updated its guidance – European Union (Withdrawal Agreement) Bill: RPC opinion

– The Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport and Matt Warman MP updated its guidance – EU Cyber Security Certification (EU Exit) Call for Views

– The House of Commons Library published new research briefings and blog posts – How might Brexit affect human rights in the UK?; How will Brexit affect the Union?; Brexit: What happens next?; Family reunion rights and the EU (Withdrawal Agreement) Bill; Trade in services: Parting with the EU?; Removal of workers’ rights in the new EU (Withdrawal Agreement) Bill; Citizens’ rights provisions in the European Union (Withdrawal Agreement) Bill 2019-20; Trade in services and Brexit; Brexit: the financial settlement

– The House of Lords Library published a new report –Motions Pursuant to Section 2(2)(b) of the European Union (Withdrawal) (No. 2) Act 2019 and Section 13(6)(b) of the European Union (Withdrawal) Act 2018

– The External Affairs and Additional Legislation Committee (National Assembly for Wales) published a new report – UK international agreements after Brexit: A role for the Assembly

Senedd Research (National Assembly for Wales) published a new report – Diversification and resilience of Welsh farming: prospects after Brexit

– The Scottish Parliament Information Centre published a new Brexit update

– The Seanad Special Select Committee on the Withdrawal of the UK from the EU made a new video available – Report Launch: Launch of Progress Report of the Seanad Special Select Committee of the Withdrawal of the UK from the EU

– A new post was published on the Brick Court Chambers Brexit Law blog – Brexit – Making Britain great again (and the UK more united)?

– A new post was published on the Norton Rose Fulbright Inside Brexit blog –EU (Withdrawal Agreement) Bill passes in the House of Commons

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

– New posts were published on the UCL Brexit BlogWhat happens next? UK and EU responses to the 2019 election ; The EU should be concerned about the UK’s plans to rule out an extension to the transition period

– New posts were published on the Free Movement blog – 5 Brexit New Year’s resolutions for employers; Court of Justice case confirms lower legal protections for Brits visiting the EU after Brexit;

– The Institute of International and European Affairs published a new report – Brexit status report: 2016-2019 and beyond

– A new report was published by the Queen’s University BelfastThe Border into Brexit

– New articles were published on the LSE blog on Brexit, including the following – No deal is still on the table: Simon Hix on Brexit in 2020; Yes, the European Parliament is different from Westminster – and British leaders never bothered to explain how; Between model and martyr: it’s in the EU’s interest for Brexit to go badly – but not too badly

– A new briefing was published by the Public Law Project and Liberty EU Withdrawal Agreement Bill: second reading briefing

– New articles were published on the UK in a Changing Europe blog, including the following – ‘Getting Brexit Done’ and financial services; Brexit in 2020 – a clearer vision?; Northern Ireland’s concern about the Brexit deal

– New articles were published on the Cosmopolis blog – Restriction of Rights of Entry and Residence, and Deportation Criteria, for EU Citizens under the UK’s European Union (Withdrawal Agreement) Bill; Immigration Rights of Entry and Residence for EU Citizens under the UK’s European Union (Withdrawal Agreement) Bill; Social Security, Healthcare and Pensions for EU Citizens under the UK’s European Union (Withdrawal Agreement) Bill

NEW ARTICLES IN THE LIBRARY

A new Brexit-related article was published in the Scots Law Times:

Robert Shiels, ‘The Law of exiting the European Union: Part 4’ (20 December 2019) Scots Law Times 165-169.

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