Brexit Highlights 10 – 16 February 2020

– The European Union Committee (House of Lords) produced a new report – Scrutiny of international agreements. Treaties considered on 11 February 2020

– The House of Commons Library published new research briefings and blog posts, including the following – Brexit: the financial settlement – in summary; The progress of the EU Settlement Scheme so far; Brexit next steps: Fisheries;

– A new article was published on the European Law blog – The UK/EU partnership and human rights: battle-lines and paradoxes

– New articles were posted on the UCL Brexit blog – Smaller States’ Strategies and Influencing in the EU: Lessons and Choices for Scotland; UK-EU Trade Negotiations: The Level Playing Field

– A new post was posted on the Brick Court Chambers Brexit Law blog – Understanding the implementation of the Withdrawal Agreement in domestic law

– New updates were published by the Law Society Brexit transition period: intellectual property; Brexit transition period

– New articles were published on the LSE Brexit blog, including the following – The EU’s post-Brexit policy on euro clearing explained; Employment and social policy will be a sticking point in negotiations between London and Brussels; Long read | It’s the autonomy, stupid – can the EU and UK agree the rules of a future relationship?

– A new report was published by the Bingham Centre for The Rule of Law and The UK in a Changing Europe Resolving the Brexit impasse. The second meaningful vote, indicative votes and an extension to Article 50

– A new post was published on the EU Law Analysis Blog – Negotiating the future relationship between the UK and EU: the proposed EU negotiating mandate

– A new article was published on the Politeia website – ‘All change? UK state aid after Brexit: what law? what courts?’, by James Webber

– A new report was published by the Public Law ProjectEU citizens’ rights in the‘ transition period’: What does the law say?

– New articles were published on the UK in a Changing Europe website, including the following Brexit has posed a fundamental challenge to the UK courts and legal system; Equivalence is a word to watch in the 2020 trade negotiations; British services have played second fiddle in the Brexit debate; The government’s proposed constitution, democracy and rights commission: what, why and how?; Michael Gove and post Brexit trade barriers; The internal security implications of Brexit

– A new post was published on the Cosmopolis blog – Migration between the UK & The EU after Brexit: The Political Declaration


– A new Brexit-themed article was published in the Solicitors’ journal:

Helen Simm, ‘Brexit: the end of EU regulation?’ (February 2020) 163 (2) S.J. 18-19.

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