Brexit highlights 1 – 15 October 2020

HM Government published a new document – The Border with the European Union

– The House of Commons Library produced several research briefings – Family visa requirements: future changes affecting British citizens in the EU; The UK-EU Withdrawal Agreement: dispute settlement and EU powers; Reading list of UK and devolved Parliament and Assembly publications on the UK’s withdrawal from the European Union and UK-EU future relations; Brexit timeline: events leading to the UK’s exit from the European Union; Brexit: the end of the Dublin III Regulation in the UK

– A new post was published on the Senedd Research (Welsh Parliament) blog  – Next steps for carbon pricing in Wales and the UK – a replacement for the EU Emissions Trading System (EU ETS)  

– The Scottish Parliament Information Centre produced a new briefing – Issue 14: EU-UK future relationship negotiations

– A new piece of legislation was adopted by the Council of the EU EU-UK relations: Council adopts Channel Tunnel railway safety measures

– A new article was posted on the Brick Court Chambers Brexit Law blog – DIT update on steel safeguard measures

– New posts were published on the EU Relations Law blog – Synopsis of Cambridge-Monckton Webinar (1): ‘What is EU Relations Law? The Legal Ecosystem of Brexit’; Are the subsidies provisions in the UK/Japan FTA a suitable model for the UK/EU FTA?; Goods in the UK Internal Market: a Closer Look at the Exception Clauses; New CJEU judgments on mass surveillance: what does this mean for the flow of EU-UK data post transition?

– A new article was posted on the Allen & Overy blog – Back to the future? The UK’s free trade agreements after Brexit

– New posts were published on the Squire Patton Boggs Brexit Legal blog – Brexit: UK VAT – No Relief for Cross-border Sellers; UK Freeports – The Tax Angle; The UK’s New Points-based Immigration System: Where Are We Now?; How Will Changes To The Chemical Regulation EU REACH Affect Your Compliance Obligations In The UK and EU After The Transition Period?  

– A new article was published on the Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer blog – UK Financial services regulators’ temporary transitional powers – the clock starts to run

– A new article was posted on the European Futures blog – What Does a UK Internal Market Mean for Regulatory Divergence in the UK?

– New posts were published on the European Law blog – What Does a UK Internal Market Mean for Regulatory Divergence in the UK?; True (Bad) Faith 2020? Part One: The Commission Infringement Action against the United Kingdom for breach of the Withdrawal Agreement; The Commission’s argument for breach of good faith against the United Kingdom: an in-depth analysis from the standpoint of public international law

– New articles were published on the Free Movement blog – Applying for settled and pre-settled status requires genuine residence; It just got even more difficult for EU nationals to get British citizenship

– A new post was published on the Public Law on Everyone blog – Legal kryptonite? Parliamentary sovereignty, international law and the Internal Market Bill

– New articles were published on the Brexit Institute blog, including the following – The Trust Deficit and the Internal Market Bill: Challenges for a Post-Brexit Dispute Resolution Regime Between the EU and the UK; An Unpopular View on Brexit and EU Defence; Post-Brexit Fisheries Access and the 1666 Bruges Privileges: A Curiosity Without Legal Significance?  

– A new post was published on the Centre on Constitutional Change blog – The Internal Market Bill may further erode trust and security in Ireland/Northern Ireland

– New articles were published on the LSE Blog on Brexit, including the following – (Re)Solving the governance puzzle for the future UK-EU relationship; Ten reasons why a No-Deal Brexit may yet be avoided

– New articles were posted on the UK in a Changing Europe website, including the following – UK-EU-Dispute Resolution after the Transition Period; Rules of Origin Rule, OK?; Europe’s Largest Financial Centre Poses Challenges for the EU

– A new post was published on the UK Human Rights blog – The UK Internal Market Bill and the Mother of all Ouster Clauses – Ronan Cormacain

– New articles were posted on the Cosmopolis blog – UK Provision for EU Frontier Workers protected by the Withdrawal Agreement; Frontier Workers in the UK and the EU after Brexit: Rights under the Withdrawal Agreement

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