Brexit Highlights 16-30 November

– The Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy updated its policy paper – UK Internal Market Bill 2020: policy statements

– The UK Visas and Immigration and Home Office updated its policy paper – Immigration and Social Security Co-ordination (EU Withdrawal) Bill: overarching documents

– The House of Commons Library produced new research briefings – End of the Brexit transition period: What will change?; EU Permanent Structured Cooperation (PESCO): a future role for UK defence?; ‘Equivalence’ with the EU on financial services

– The National Audit Office published a new report – The UK border: preparedness for the end of the transition period

-The Scottish Parliament Information Centre produced a new briefing – Issue 16: EU-UK future relationship negotiations

– The European Parliamentary Research Service produced a new blog post – UK Internal Market Bill and The Withdrawal Agreement

– A new guide was published by the Publication Office of the EUBrexit. What you need to know if your child is an EU citizen or if your child is not an EU citizen but you are

– The Bar Council made new guidance available – Transition FAQs – Part I Practice Rights

– The Law Society made a new guide available – Brexit: preparing for the end of the transition period

– New articles were published on the EU Relations Law blog – Coordination of social security under the Withdrawal Agreement; Service out of the jurisdiction after 31 December 2020: the end of service out without permission?; Synopsis of Cambridge-Monckton Webinar (3): the UK internal market

– A new post was published on the European Law blog True (Bad) Faith 2020? Part Two: Excavating the Legal Rationale for the ‘Emergency Clauses’ in the UK Internal Market Bill

– New articles were published on the Free Movement blog How does Brexit affect Irish citizens in the UK?; Government admits EU Settlement Scheme likely discriminates against women, disabled and other groups;

– New posts were published on the UCL Europe BlogUK foreign policy in the Biden era: an opportunity for the UK to re-establish itself post-Brexit as a credible international partner; Freight Industry Perspective: Customs Clearance in Post-Brexit Britain

– A new article was published on the Family Law Week website – Brexit and family law: do you need to act before 31 December?

– New posts & working papers were published on the Brexit Institute blog – Brexit and Data Protection: an Illusory Opportunity for Divergence?; Beyond the Transition Period: Brexit and the Conference on the Future of Europe; Cross Border Police Cooperation on the Island of Ireland Post-Brexit

– New articles were published on the LSE Brexit blog, including the following – Extradition between the UK and Ireland is at risk because of Brexit; A peculiar definition of sovereignty is the root cause of a failed Brexit

– New articles were published on the UK in a Changing Europe blog Borders, trust and a dis-united Kingdom; As the end of transition approaches, what are the priorities for the UK’s ports?; The increasingly thorny issue of data transfers after Brexit; What happens if there is a last-minute Brexit trade agreement?; What Brexit means for information sharing?

– New posts were published on the Cosmopolis blog Residence Documents under the UK’s EU Withdrawal Agreement: Proving Entitlement; Residence Documents under the UK’s EU Withdrawal Agreement: Service Standards; Residence Documents under the UK’s EU Withdrawal Agreement: Difficulties Arising; The Right of Permanent Residence under the UK’s EU Withdrawal Agreement

NEW ARTICLES IN THE LIBRARY

John Hyde, ‘Ireland blow to Brexit rights’ [16 November 2020] LSG 3.

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