What does the UK General Election result mean for Brexit and energy policy?
ESMA proposes continued supervision or relocation of UK financial infrastructure post-Brexit
It is no secret that European lawmakers and regulators intend for euro-denominated clearing activities to be moved to the EU27 after the UK exits the European Union.
Government issues letter stating commitment to protect patients and life science industry
In a letter to the Financial Times, Jeremy Hunt and Greg Clark declared their commitment to maintain patient safety, support the UK life sciences industry and ensure access to new and innovative medicines.
What kind of Brexit for the UK?
The Prime Minister’s Lancaster House speech in January set the tone for expectations that the government was taking the UK towards a “hard Brexit”.
Theresa May sets out her offer for the rights of EU citizens after Brexit
Until the UK withdraws from the EU, EU law will continue to apply and so the rights of EU citizens and their family members to live and work in the UK remain unchanged.
The Queen’s Speech sets out proposals for Brexit-related legislation
On June 21, the Queen's Speech was delivered setting out the Government’s proposed legislative programme following the recent UK General Election.
Brexit negotiations begin
Monday January 19 marked the official start of negotiations to determine the terms for UK’s departure from the EU.
The UK General Election result – implications for Brexit
The result of the UK General Election has given rise to an additional layer of complexity for the forthcoming Brexit negotiations.
Impact of Brexit on marketing authorisation holders – new EMA and CMDh guidance
The EC and EMA have published a Q&A document concerning the legal consequences for marketing authorisation holders of centrally authorised medicines if the UK becomes a ‘third country’ after Brexit.
How the UK might amend its legal system to take account of Brexit: can historic examples of when a state has left a larger union or federation provide clues as to how Brexit might be achieved?
Following the result of the EU referendum, press coverage made much of the level of work that will be needed by the UK to extricate itself from the EU.