Brexit highlights 14 – 30 September 2020

Middle Temple Library Brexit links compiled by the library staff were updated.

– The Cabinet Office published and updated the following policy papers – European Union (Withdrawal) Act and Common Frameworks report; Frameworks analysis: Breakdown of areas of EU law that intersect with devolved competence in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland

– New guidance was updated – EU, EEA-EFTA and Swiss lawyers in the UK from 1 January 2021; UK lawyers practising in the EU, EEA-EFTA and Switzerland after 1 January 2021; Legal services business owners from 1 January 2021; Ministry of Justice and Law Society webinars; Maintenance cases involving EU from 1 January 2021; Divorces involving EU from 1 January 2021; Parental responsibility involving EU from 1 January 2021

– The House of Commons Library produced new research briefings – United Kingdom Internal Market Bill 2019-21; EU State Aid rules and WTO Subsidies Agreement; The European Investment Bank; Principles of International Law: a brief guide; Prorogation one year on: A case for reform?; A guide to the EU budget

– A new article was published on the National Assembly for Wales Research Service blog In Brief – The devolution debate at the heart of the UK Internal Market Bill

– The European Parliamentary Research Service produced a new blog post – Brexit: Towards the End-Game [What Think Tanks Are Thinking]

– New posts were posted on the EU Relations Law blog – Goods in the Internal Market Bill: The Emperor’s New Clothes?; Monckton – Cambridge Faculty of Law Webinar Series on EU Relations Law

– A new article was published on the Brick Court Chambers Brexit Law blog – The importance of the Economic Interest Test in the UK’s new Trade Remedies Regime

– New articles were published on the Squire Patton Bogg website – Brexit and Subsidies Control; Brexit – A Huge Change Coming

– A new post was published on the Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer website – The Trade Bill 2019-21: scope and concerns

– A new podcast was made available on the blog of the European Journal of International Law Episode 5 of EJIL: The Podcast! “Breaking Bad – in a Specific and Limited Way”

– New posts were published on the Public Law for Everyone blog – The Internal Market Bill: My evidence to the House of Lords Constitution Committee; One step forward, two steps back? Judicial review and the Government’s amendments to the Internal Market Bill

– A new post was published on the UCL Europe blog – The Golden Rule of Brexit

– A new article was posted on the UK Law Association blog – Ronan Cormacain: The United Kingdom Internal Market Bill and Breach of Domestic Law

– New articles were published on the Free Movement blog – What is the legal status of EU citizens during the post-Brexit “grace period”?; EU deportation protections continue after Brexit

– A new paper was published on the Institute of International & European Affairs website – UK agriculture and food policy post Brexit: an Irish perspective

– New posts were published on the Brexit Institute blog, including the following – The Rule of Law, the UK’s Advocate-General and Brexit; Retained EU Case Law: A Fourth Option

– New articles were posted on Bingham Centre for the Rule of Law website – The United Kingdom Internal Market Bill and Breach of Domestic Law; A Barrier against the new incoming tide? The UK Internal Market Bill and Dispute Resolution under the Withdrawal Agreement and the Protocol on Ireland/Northern Ireland (23 September update)

– New posts were published on the LSE Brexit blog, including the following – European Investment Bank: the UK will miss it when it is gone; The Internal Market Bill may further erode trust and security in Ireland/Northern Ireland

– A new post was posted the Oxford Human Rights Hub blog – Human Rights, International Law and The United Kingdom Internal Market Bill 2020

– New articles & reports were published on the UK in a Changing Europe blog, including the following – What would no deal mean?; The Trade Bill: time to give Parliament more say in UK trade deals; UK Internal Market Bill: risks and challenges; A no deal Brexit is a big Brexit; Internal Market Bill: the government is still chasing unicorns

– New blog posts were published on the Cosmopolis blog – The Personal Scope of the UK’s EU Withdrawal Agreement: The Principal Beneficiaries of Citizens’ Rights; Family Reunion Rights for EU Citizens and UK Nationals under the UK’s EU Withdrawal Agreement: Direct Family Members

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