Brexit Highlights 16-28 February 2021

– The House of Commons Library produced new research briefings, including the following – Brexit and financial services; The UK-EU Trade and Cooperation Agreement: governance and dispute settlement; The movement of goods between Great Britain and Northern Ireland; Driving in the EU after Brexit; The UK-EU Trade and Cooperation Agreement: governance and dispute settlement; New customs rules for trade with the EU; The UK-EU Trade and Cooperation Agreement: governance and dispute settlement; Governing the new UK-EU relationship and resolving disputes

– The Law Society published and updated the following documents – Brexit and the end of the transition; End of transition period guidance: EU data flows

– New posts were published on the EU Relations Law blog – Synopsis of Monckton EURL Webinar (4): the UK Internal Market; A missing piece of the puzzle: a Competition Law Cooperation Agreement between the UK and EU

– New articles were published on the Brexit Institute blog and working papers – Extending Provisional Application of the TCA – A Matter of Democracy; Cross-Border Data Protection After Brexit;  The Brexit Deal and the Environment: Pretty Ambitious yet Pretty Irrelevant?; Mobility of Persons in the New UK-EU Relationship; Sovereignty and Brexit: From Theory to Practice

– New articles were posted on the LSE Brexit blog – Brexit means Brexit for the City of London; Long read | Future British-European security relations are a matter of trust; The EU diaspora in the UK cannot be ignored

– A new post was published on the EU Law Analysis blog – Data Protection, the UK and the EU: the draft adequacy decisions

– New articles were published on the UK in a Changing Europe website Intelligence, law enforcement and Brexit; Financial regulation is key to understanding the future of the City; Immigration policy post-Brexit

– A new post was published on the Cosmopolis blog – Webinar: After Brexit: How to use Retained EU law in your Public Law practice from 2021 onwards

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