The Prime Minister stated in her Brexit speech on January 17 that the UK will work to negotiate a bespoke Free Trade Agreement (FTA) with the EU.
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The Supreme Court rules on Article 50
The Supreme Court has handed down judgment in the UK Government’s appeal against the earlier decision of the High Court that parliamentary approval is needed to give notice under Article 50.
The UK Government’s Brexit plan and its implications for life sciences
Posted in Life sciences and healthcare
On January 17, 2017, Prime Minister Theresa May delivered her much anticipated speech on the UK Government’s plan for exiting the EU.
Theresa May sets out Brexit vision
Yesterday, the Prime Minister, Theresa May, delivered a much anticipated speech setting out the UK Government’s priorities for Brexit.
Regulatory equivalence report: a detailed examination
Scotland’s place in Europe
The Scottish Government has published a paper, Scotland’s Place in Europe. In this paper the Scottish Government sets out its position following the result of the UK’s referendum on the EU.
Brexit and financial services: House of Lords report and European Parliament briefing note
On Friday December 16, the House of Lords’ European Union Sub-Committee published its report on Brexit: financial services.
Airline regulation – what you need to know with Brexit approaching?
We discuss the significant expected impact on flying rights and airline ownership regulations, with a brief consideration of areas which are likely to remain unchanged.
The road to Brexit – is the timetable becoming clearer?
Posted in UK and EU legal framework
Last week, the Supreme Court heard the Government’s appeal from the High Court’s recent decision that Article 50 cannot be triggered without Parliamentary approval.
UK decides to proceed with the Unified Patent Court System
The future of the Unified Patent Court (UPC) system had been in doubt following the UK’s vote to exit the EU as it had been created within the EU framework.