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Why Data May Prove One of The Hardest Parts of Brexit

European Union, United Kingdom - October 27 2020 Personal data and its transfer over international boundaries hit the news in July 2020, yet again, as the Court of Justice of the EU (CJEU) handed…

Brexit and Subsidies Control

European Union, United Kingdom - September 30 2020 EU state aid law is a cornerstone of EU competition law and policy. It helps preserve a level playing field between companies competing in the…

Brexit - A Huge Change Coming

European Union, United Kingdom - September 29 2020 Having formally left the EU on 31 January, we are now into the home straight of the next lap of the Brexit process: defining the new relationship with…

Off to a Bumpy Start

European Union, United Kingdom - March 9 2020 In the last week of February - amid some chest-beating ferocity on both sides - the EU and UK published their respective negotiating mandates for the…

Getting Brexit Done

European Union, United Kingdom - February 4 2020 The UK formally left the EU at 11pm GMT on Friday 31st January. In keeping with his election slogan “get Brexit done”, Prime Minister Boris Johnson…

Brexit Unblocked

European Union, United Kingdom - December 13 2019 The United Kingdom went to the polls in a General Election on 12th December - the first winter election for almost a century. Boris Johnson’s…

Brexit: Turkeys voting for Christmas?

European Union, Turkey, United Kingdom - October 30 2019 Despite having finally achieved a Parliamentary majority in favour of a way of delivering Brexit, in the Second Reading of the Withdrawal Agreement…

Brexit - What Just Happened?

European Union, United Kingdom - October 21 2019 The UK Parliament met on Saturday for the fourth time in the past century, on 19th October, to vote on the revised Withdrawal Agreement negotiated by…

So, What Happens Now? - An Update

European Union, United Kingdom - October 17 2019 The UK Parliament was prorogued (i.e. Suspended) again on Tuesday 8th October, but this time inside a week as is usual before a Queen’s Speech on 14th…

Brexit - So What Happens Now?

European Union, United Kingdom - October 8 2019 The UK Parliament will be prorogued (i.e. suspended) again on Tuesday 8th October, but this time inside a week as is usual before a Queen’s Speech on…