– 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 EU – Brexit. 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 Blog – UK 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.