Brexit Highlights 16-31 January 2021

– The Committee on the Future Relationship with the European Union (House of Commons) published a new report – The shape of future parliamentary scrutiny of UK-EU relations

– The House of Commons Library produced new research briefings – End of Brexit transition: implications for defence and foreign policy cooperation; EU Permanent Structured Cooperation (PESCO): a future role for UK defence?; The effect of Brexit on getting divorced; End of Brexit transition: implications for defence and foreign policy cooperation

– A new Brexit Brief was published on the Northern Ireland Assembly website

– The European Parliamentary Research Service produced a new post – Brexit: The EU-UK Trade Deal [What Think Tanks Are Thinking]

– The Committee on Legal Affairs (European Parliament) published a new document – Opinion on the EU/Euratom/UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement and the EU/UK Agreement concerning security procedures for exchanging and protecting classified information

– The Bar Council of England and Wales made the following online webinar available – Preparing for the End of Transition (EU membership): Cross-border practice issues

– The Law Society published new sets of guidance – How to practise in Belgium after the Brexit transition period; How to practise in France after the Brexit transition period; How to practise in Germany after the Brexit transition period; How to practise in Italy after the Brexit transition period; How to practise in Luxembourg after the Brexit transition period

– New articles were published on the EU Relations law blog – Cambridge webinar on the TCA and EU Future Relationship Act;  EU Commission issues “Notice to Stakeholders” on Brexit and State aid; Divisional Court hands down first judgment on EU Withdrawal Agreement Act and EU Future Relationship Act; The United Kingdom-Switzerland trade agreements

– New posts were posted on the UCL Europe blog – Brexit and Beyond Report: Parliament; How Empowering Party Members Produced a Brexit the Voters Didn’t Want;  What does Brexit mean for the future of UK digital policy?

– New articles were posted on the Free Movement blog – The row over post-Brexit visas for musicians, explained; Care workers at risk of missing out on EU settled status

– New posts were published on the Squire Patton Bogg website – Implications of the EU-UK Trade Agreement on UK Financial Services; UK Freeports – Q&A published

– A new post was published on the Norton Rose Fulbright website – The EU-UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement: Resolving disputes between the EU and UK post-Brexit

Travers and Smith published a new guide – A business-friendly guide to the UK-EU Brexit trade deal

– New articles were published on the Institute of International and European Affairs website – Brexit’s implications for fisheries; Agriculture and food production: the post-Brexit landscape; A Brexit deal that works for business; Implementing the protocol on Ireland/Northern Ireland

– New articles were published on the Brexit Institute blog – UK-EU Trade Deal: As of now, a better deal for the EU than for the UK; Brexit Deal: Implications for the Financial Services Industry and FinTech Start-ups

– New articles were posted on the LSE Blog on BrexitThe Brexit deal locks the UK into continued Strasbourg Human Rights court membership; Divergence, at what cost?; From Horizon 2020 to Horizon Europe: Why it is not yet “business as usual” for UK universities

– New posts were published on the EU Law Analysis Blog – The Brexit deal – Council legal service opinion; Analysis 5 of the Brexit Deal: Environment and Climate Provisions

– A new article was posted on the UK Constitutional Law Association blog – Davor Jancic: The UK-EU Trade Deal: Five Important Implications for the UK Parliament

– A new post was published on the UK Human Rights Blog – The environmental implications of the Brexit deal

– New articles were posted on the UK in a Changing Europe website, including the following – Beyond Brexit, there are choices to be made; The EU-UK agreement is the first to make climate a make-or-break issue; Now Brexit is done, what next for government and law?; Data protection after Brexit: a new Switzerland?

– New articles were published on the Cosmopolis blog – Non-discrimination and Equal Treatment under the UK’s EU Withdrawal Agreement; Working in the EU after Brexit: Immigration Issues for Barristers from 2021

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