On 22 November 2018, there was published the draft Political Declaration setting out the framework for the future relationship between the EU and the UK.
The Draft Withdrawal Agreement – UK and EU institutions to work closely together on competition and state aid after Brexit
The Draft Withdrawal Agreement sets out in some detail how the competition and state aid rules apply in the UK in the period after the UK leaves the EU.
The draft Withdrawal Agreement: implications for energy
The draft Withdrawal Agreement and international treaties
One of the often overlooked aspects of Brexit is the UK’s status under the large number of international agreements between the EU and non-EU third countries during any implementation period.
The meaningful vote – a quick guide
Posted in UK and EU legal framework
The House of Commons library has published a useful briefing paper ‘a user’s guide to the meaningful vote’. Here are some of the key takeaways.
The draft Withdrawal Agreement is published
On 14 November 2018, following approval by the UK Cabinet, the UK Government and the European Union published the provisionally agreed text of the draft agreement on the terms of the UK withdrawal from the EU.
The draft Withdrawal Agreement: implications for shipping
We have highlighted the key points of both documents from a shipping perspective.
The draft Withdrawal Agreement: implications for Insolvency Proceedings
The draft Withdrawal Agreement: governing law, jurisdiction and enforcement
The draft Withdrawal Agreement takes a generous approach to continuing cooperation in governing law, jurisdiction and enforcement.