Brexit highlights 1 – 15 November 2020

– New guidance was published –Social security arrangements between the UK and the EU from 1 January 2021: staff guide

– The House of Commons Library produced new research briefings – Family visa requirements: future changes affecting British citizens in the EU; UK Parliament’s role in ratifying a UK-EU future relationship treaty

– A new post was published on the National Assembly for Wales Research Service blog In Brief – The Internal Market Bill: What amendments have been made to date?

– A new brief was published by the Northern Ireland Assembly EU Affairs Manager

– A new podcast episode was made available on the 1 Crown Office Row website – Brexit and the Flaws of the Delegated Legislation System

– New articles were posted on the Free Movement blog – EU citizens unlawfully resident in the UK to stay that way during “grace period”; Changes to EU Settlement Scheme affect deadlines and family reunion

– A new post was published on the Squire Patton Bogg blog – Preparing For Data Privacy Compliance Post Brexit Transition

– New posts were published on the Allen & Overy website –Preparing for the end of the Brexit transition period – ten points relevant to mainstream debt capital market issuance; Brexit Podcast: Preparing for the end of the Brexit transition period – ten points relevant to mainstream debt capital market issuance

– New articles were posted on the Brexit Institute blog – Brexit and UK Devolution; The Making of the UK Internal Market: a Clumsy Imitation of EU Law?

– New articles were published on the LSE Brexit blog, including the following – The UK will never be ready for Brexit;  Border safety will be at risk if the UK loses access to vital EU databases

– New articles were posted on the UK in a Changing Europe website, including the followingA UK-EU deal is needed for Northern Ireland; Cybersecurity after Brexit; Scottish independence: is Brexit fuelling support?

– New posts were published on the Cosmopolis blog – The Right of Permanent Residence under the UK’s EU Withdrawal Agreement; Rights of Exit and Entry under the UK’s EU Withdrawal Agreement; The Residence Rights of Family Members who are not EU Citizens and not UK Nationals (so-called third country national family members) under the Withdrawal Agreement

NEW ARTICLES IN THE LIBRARY

Raphael Hogarth, ‘The UK Internal Market Bill: Brexit lightning rod or storm in a teacup’ [November 2020] Counsel 32-33.

Les Allamby, ‘The Internal Market Bill: the Implication for Human Rights in Northern Ireland’ [November 2020] Legal Action 5.

Michael Zander, ‘Withdrawal (dis)agreement (Pt 4). Michael Zander believes that the Government will be forced to climb down on the Internal Market Bill’ (13 November 2020) New Law Journal 13.

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