Brexit Highlights 23 May – 3 June 2020

Cosmopolis published new posts– Healthcare Arrangements after Brexit: What we are about to lose, Healthcare Arrangements after Brexit: The Healthcare (European Economic Area and Switzerland Arrangements) Act 2019

– New posts were published on the LSE Brexit blog – Brexit and the tragedy of the Commons: how wedge issues generate detrimental outcomes, Brussels still open to an extension: 29 May Brexit update, EU trade is just as important to the UK as it was in 2016. Why?, Long read | Poverty, vulnerability, and criminal records will turn EU citizens into unauthorised migrants, at risk of deportation

Free Movement published new articles– Tens of thousands of people wait months for an EU Settlement Scheme decision, The pathway to British citizenship for European nationals in the UK

– A new article was published on the Scottish Parliament Information Centre website- Guest Blog: The UK as an international fisheries actor – regional and global perspectives

The House of Commons Library published a number of new articles – The UK-EU future relationship negotiations: summary of positions, Migration statistics: What is changing and why?, UK-EU future relationship negotiating timetable: extending the transition, Brexit and UK Defence: An Explainer, The EU’s Mandate for Negotiating a New Partnership with the UK, Fisheries: UK-EU future relationship negotiations, The UK-EU future relationship: the March 2020 EU draft treaty and negotiations update, The UK-EU future relationship negotiations: Transport

– New articles were published by The UK in a Changing EuropeHow the Euro stacks the cards against British manufacturers, Brexit negotiations: what do we now know?, The UK’s draft trade agreement and Frost’s letter to the EU, Videodiplomacy in the Brexit talks and beyond, Brexit and UK trade: the story so far, Will ‘level playing field’ issues derail the UK-EU negotiations, A road to nowhere? The UK’s approach to implementing the NI Protocol

Allen & Overy published a new podcast – Podcast: The impact of the Brexit transition period on equity capital markets

– New articles were published on the Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer website– UK publishes legal texts for future relationship with the EU, Brexit- Roadmap

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