Brexit highlights August 2020

– The Cabinet Office made a new policy paper available – Seventh round UK-EU future relationship negotiations: 18-21 August 2020

– The House of Commons Library produced new research briefings – UK-EU future relationship negotiations update: is an agreement possible?; The UK’s contribution to the EU budget

– The Law Society published new Brexit-related documents – EU legal professional privilege post-Brexit; End of transition period guidance – law firm preparation for the end of free movement; England and Wales as an open jurisdiction after Brexit; Our Brexit priorities; Preparing for the end of the transition period; The UK-EU future partnership – legal services sector; How to prepare for the end of the transition period: A 10 step checklist for law firms; Brexit: Where are we now? podcast

– The following new articles were made available on the Free Movement blog – EU Settlement Scheme rejects majority of Zambrano carers; Brexit ready? No big rise in businesses getting sponsor licences; Refugee rights under threat from Channel boats hysteria – and Brexit

– A new article was published on the Litigation Futures website – Law Society warns of “havoc” if courts depart from EU law

– A new article was published on the Legal Futures website – Government pledges post-Brexit qualifications recognition

– New articles were published on Monckton Chambers blog EU Relations LawShort sighted plotting of the EU against the UK: Lugano; From Dublin with love: managing cross-Channel migration after Brexit; The UK Internal Market White Paper: EU law by the back door?

– A new post was published on the Brick Court Chambers Brexit Law blog – New possibility to ask the Trade Remedies Investigations Directorate (TRID) to investigate need for a UK trade remedy where there is already an ongoing EU investigation

Allen & Overy produced a new Brexit-related paper – Brexit and its impact on the cleared derivatives markets: a primer

– A new post was published on the Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer blog – Public procurement remedies in a post-Brexit world: time for change?

– The Publications Office of the EU produced several Brexit-related publications – Brexit, how to get ready for the end of the transition period; Brexit: What you need to know as a non-EU citizen living in the UK if you have, or had, a family connection to an EU citizen

– New posts were published on the LSE Brexit blog, including the following A no-deal Brexit may still be more costly than COVID-19; Access Denied: EU citizens need a physical proof of their right to live and work in the UK; Disrupting supply chains: how leaving the Single Market means systemic breakdown; A History of Brexit in 47 Objects: The Journey to 2016; Light, and lots of paperwork, at the end of the tunnel

– A new article was published on the UCL Europe blog – The Impact of Brexit on Global Treaty Relations

– A new post was published on the EU Law Analysis blog – Analysis of the United Kingdom’s Proposal for a UK-EU Readmission Agreement

– A new report was published on the Institute for Government website – Trade and regulation after Brexit

– The following new articles were published on the Public Law for Everyone blog – The United Kingdom’s constitution and Brexit: A ‘constitutional moment’?; The Brexit Secretary says he has “set in stone” the repeal of the European Communities Act 1972 — but the legal significance of this misleading claim is very limited; Letter to The Times: Parliament’s (limited) capacity to prevent a no-deal Brexit; Can Parliament prevent a no-deal Brexit?

– New articles were published on the UK in a Changing Europe website, including the following – The UK economy: Brexit vs Covid-19; What’s the price of a UK/EU security agreement?; How Brexit trade restrictions could decimate the professional and business services sectors; The Dublin Regulation: an overview; Brexit expatriates and the anti-Brexit backlash; Emigration in Brexit times: why are British citizens moving to the EU?; International trade and Brexit

– A new article was published on the Cosmopolis blog Charging EU Citizens for UK NHS Healthcare: legal rights before and after Brexit

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