The UK Government has agreed ‘legally binding’ changes to the draft Withdrawal Agreement in an effort to secure Parliamentary approval for the deal by which the UK will leave the EU.
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Brexit: Theresa May statement to Parliament
On 26 February 2019, Prime Minister Theresa May issued a statement to the House of Commons regarding the progress of ongoing Brexit negotiations with the EU, and steps forward.
The treatment of ‘no deal’ statutory instruments if a Brexit deal is reached
Posted in UK and EU legal framework
Preparing for a no-deal Brexit: jurisdiction and enforcement of judgments
The EU Commission has published a communication, which addresses the effect of a no deal Brexit in relation to issues of jurisdiction and enforcement in civil and commercial matters.
No Deal arrangements for EU citizens
Settled status for EU citizens
The EU Settlement Scheme, which processes applications of EU citizens living in the UK to allow them to remain in the UK after Brexit, has now gone live.
Parliament Fails to Approve the EU Withdrawal Agreement: Data Protection Implications
Government loses ‘meaningful vote’ on Withdrawal Agreement
The Government has lost the meaningful vote in Parliament in relation to approval of the draft Withdrawal Agreement.
House of Commons meaningful vote: update
We have published a short video following the House of Commons vote on the draft Withdrawal Agreement. The Government lost the vote by 230 votes.
The Immigration white paper - what will it mean for the UK's future immigration system?
The UK Government has now published the White Paper on the future immigration system for the UK after it leaves the EU.