International agreements during the implementation period
The second phase of Brexit negotiations – what can be expected
The EU Summit in Brussels concluded with an important decision for the future of Brexit.
Brexit and WTO – first steps
After five rounds of Brexit negotiations between the UK and the EU, the parties are yet to start discussions concerning their future trade relationship.
Analysing the UK’s new and independent trade policy with non-EU countries
On 9 October 2017 the UK Government published a paper: “Preparing for our future UK trade Policy” in which it reiterates three strategic objectives for its future relationship with the EU.
A transitional period will not solve the Brexit puzzle
The fourth round of Brexit negotiations is about to start and the UK wants to move to the next phase to focus on the terms of the new relationship.
Theresa May delivers Brexit speech in Florence
Theresa May has today delivered an important speech on Brexit. Following limited progress, the Prime Minister’s speech marks an attempt to try to break the deadlock in negotiations between the UK and the EU.
Alphabet soup: explaining the different arbitration mechanisms proposed by the UK Government for resolving UK-EU disputes
On August 23, the UK Government published a negotiating paper setting out various options for the dispute resolution mechanisms in (and the enforcement of) future bilateral agreements with the EU.
UK Government’s position paper on the subject of the Irish border
The UK has published its latest position paper relating to its Brexit negotiations with the EU, this time on the issue of Northern Ireland and Ireland.
Brexit and a new customs arrangement between the UK and the EU
The UK published yesterday a paper on “Future Customs Arrangements” with the EU, as part of a series of papers that will provide the Government’s vision for the “new, deep and special partnership” with the EU.
Legal implications of Brexit: Customs Union, Internal Market Acquis for Goods and Services, Consumer Protection Law, Public Procurement
A policy department of the European Parliament has published a study on the legal implications of Brexit.