Brexit Highlights 3 – 9 February 2020

– The House of Commons Library produced a new research briefing and a blog post – Brexit next steps: The Court of Justice of the EU and the UK; Brexit and UK Defence: An Explainer;

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

– The Scottish Parliament Information Centre produced a new article – Brexit Phase 2 begins – The UK’s approach

– New articles were published on the National Assembly for Wales Research Service blog – Negotiations on the UK-EU Future Relationship: What are the key elements for Wales?; UK-EU Future Relationship: What could be agreed over the next 11 months?

– The European Commission published the following draft negotiating guidelines –Recommendation for a Council decision authorising the opening of negotiations for a new partnership with the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

– A new press release was published on the European Commission website – Future EU-UK Partnership: European Commission takes first step to launch negotiations with the United Kingdom

– A new article was published on the European Parliament website – Future EU-UK relations: next steps

– An updated post was published on the Free Movement blog – How to apply for “settled status” for EU citizens

– A new articles was posted on the European law blog – Brexit and its consequences for cooperation in criminal matters

– A new article was published on the Brick Court Chambers Brexit Law blog – The final constitutional steps to withdrawal

– A new article was posted on the Squire Patton Bogg Brexit Legal blog – Getting Brexit Done

– A new article was published on the Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer blog – Competition Law Enforcement in a Post-Brexit World

– A new article was published in the Info law newsletter – Internet law pre- and post-Brexit

– New articles were published on the Centre on Constitutional Change website – Brexit and the Union; Scotland’s Choice: what next for Scotland in Europe?; England’s territorial politics after Brexit; Challenging the Belfast Agreement: how Brexit is impacting Northern Ireland’s constitutional future

– New articles were published on the LSE Brexit blog, including the following – Long read | It’s the autonomy, stupid – can the EU and UK agree the rules of a future relationship?; How the departure of British MEPs has changed the European Parliament; Brexit complicates the EU’s efforts to reform its Common Agricultural Policy; Britain needs friends in the post-Brexit era. Alienating EU allies would be counter-productive

– A new post was published on the UCL Constitution Unit website – Can Boris Johnson simply repeal the Fixed-term Parliaments Act?; The Secretary of State’s power to call a border poll in Northern Ireland: why British-Irish institutional cooperation is essential

– A new post was published on the Public Law Project website – New support hub for charities working with EU citizens

– – The UK in a Changing Europe published  a new report – Brexit: what next?

– New articles were published on the UK in a Changing Europe website, including the following – Government faces a number of tough choices in next stage of Brexit, new academic report finds; Brexit: what next? trade; Services: the forgotten child of Brexit?; Brexit has placed Northern Ireland at the UK-EU interface; Irish general election: five key factors; Brexit: where do we stand now?; What next for Scotland post Brexit?; Brexit is not ‘done’; We still don’t know what Brexit means; Fisheries policy exposes tensions between the UK and Scottish governments; Security and defence post Brexit; It’s not clear how close the relationship between the UK and the EU will be post-Brexit

– A new article was posted on the Cosmopolis blog – Recognition of EU Citizens’ Professional Qualifications under the Withdrawal Agreement and the European Union (Withdrawal Agreement) Act 2020

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