On Tuesday 29 September 2020 the House of Commons approved the UK Internal Market Bill.
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UK Government consults on Carbon Emissions Tax
At the end of the implementation period, the UK will no longer participate in the EU Emissions Trading System. In order to maintain a robust carbon price in the UK, the Government has consulted on alternatives.
UK Internal Market Bill
Th UK Government has introduced the United Kingdom Internal Market Bill to the House of Commons.
Some further reflections on the Commission communication: The simple story
Posted in Financial services
The future UK carbon pricing after the end of the implementation period: consultation outcome
Posted in Energy
Free Trade Agreement negotiations continue in the post-Brexit world, with arbitration the envisaged dispute resolution process
UK and EU set out their negotiating objectives for a future agreement on aviation
On 27 February 2020 the UK Government published a paper setting out its negotiating objectives for the UK’s future relationship with the EU.
Britain leaves the European Union after more than 40 years of membership
At 11 pm on Friday 31 January 2020, Britain left the European Union (EU) after more than 40 years of membership.
EU Withdrawal Bill set to receive Royal Assent after clearing Parliament
The EU (Withdrawal Agreement) Bill is now awaiting Royal Assent after completing its passage through Parliament.
EU (Withdrawal Agreement) Bill passes in the House of Commons
On Friday 20 December 2019, the EU (Withdrawal Agreement) Bill was passed in the UK’s House of Commons by a majority of 124.