Brexit Highlights 17 – 23 February 2020

– The House of Commons Library produced new research briefings and blog posts, including the following – Brexit next steps: The European Arrest Warrant; Constitutional implications of the Withdrawal Agreement legislation

– The Scottish Parliament’s Information Centre produced a new blog post – Negotiating the future relationship – priorities of the EU member states

– The European Parliamentary Research Service produced a new blog post – Future EU-UK Trade Relationship

– A new article was published on the Free Movement website – EU citizens’ rights during the Brexit transition period

– New articles were posted on the UCL Brexit blog – Brexit and the Paradoxes of European Security; Boris Johnson as a model of rational choice? Understanding the PM’s strategy on Brexit

– New articles were published on the Centre on Constitutional Change website – What next for Scotland post Brexit?Regional Funding after Brexit

– New articles were published on the EU Law Analysis blog – How do you solve a problem like Suella? The legal aspects of breach and termination of the withdrawal agreement; Regulatory divergence post Brexit: Copyright law as an indicator for what is to come; The Withdrawal Agreement Act: Implementing the Brexit Withdrawal Agreement in the UK

– New articles were published on the UK in a Changing Europe website, including the following – The UK’s internal divisions over Brexit; Brexit will not be the most important issue that determines the future of the EU; The success of the new immigration system will depend on the Home Office; Immigration rules set for a post-Brexit shake-up; Higher education and Brexit; What next for immigration, post-Brexit?; European Parliament: what has happened to the UK’s seats?

– A new article was posted on the Cosmopolis blog A Mortification of the Flesh: UK Immigration Policy for EU Citizens after Brexit


– New Brexit-related articles were published in the New Law Journal and Law Society Gazette:

Amanda Robinson & David Wolchover, ‘The impact of Brexit on worker’s rights’ (14 February 2020) 170 (7874) NLJ 12-13.

Joshua Rozenberg, ‘What next for the EU’s British judges?’ [17 February 2020] LSG 13

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