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Brexit and the Privy Council

The Order in Council of the 28th August 2019 to suspend ( or "prorogue" ) the  UK Parliament from a day no earlier than 9th...

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Brexit and France

On 28th August 2019 , Steve Barclay, the Brexit Secretary delivered a speech on Brexit  in Paris at the Summer conference of...

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Brexit and the UK Legislative Timetable

The contest between the UK Parliament and the UK Government as to what legislation is needed to implement a "no deal " Brexit continues...

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Brexit and the Netherlands

On 26th August 2019 the "Brexit"  spotlight shone on the Netherlands with the announcement by the NFIA, the Netherlands Foreign...

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Brexit and China

On 24th July 2019, Boris Johnson, the UK's new Prime Minster, was reported by "the Washington Examiner" as having given an interview to a...

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Brexit and the Irish Backstop (Again!)

With the holiday month of August moving towards its end, thoughts about the Irish Backstop and how to  address  it (to scrap or...

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Brexit and Operation Yellowhammer

To the lexicon of Brexit jargon -  including "No deal"; "WTO rules"; "Transition period"; "Article 50"; "Another referendum" ;...

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Brexit and Electronic Commerce

There is a wealth of legislation dealing with e-commerce and so-called "Information Society Services" in the UK and much of it is...

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Brexit and the European Central Bank

The European Central Bank (ECB) is the central bank for the Eurozone,  currently comprising 19 member states of the EU.

For those of...

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Brexit and US trade deals

On 13th August 2019, The Times newspaper reported John Bolton, the White House aide, who was visiting the UK, as saying that the UK would...

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Brexit and the Road to Perdition

It is fair to say that the British Constitution has come under attack from every side of Parliament and beyond during the UK Brexit debate.

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Brexit and Competition law

On 8th August 2019, the UK Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy (BEIS) issued a press release as to how merger...

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Brexit and the Food and Drink Industry

In a dramatic intervention on 7th August 2019, the UK Food and Drink Federation (FDF) has called (and not for the first time) for waivers...

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Brexit and the Creative Industries

As the UK gets closer to the Brexit door (currently scheduled to be reached on 31st October 2019 at 11pm (UK time)), various industry...

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Brexit and Free Ports

In early August 2019, the UK Government announced that it is planning to create up to 10 "free ports", around seaports and airports,...

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Is there a housing crisis?

Architect and TV presenter George Clarke broadcast a brilliant programme earlier this week on Channel 4 ("George Clarke's council house...

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