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UK financial services after Brexit

As the UK and EU enter the next phase of Brexit negotiations, we consider the impact of losing passporting rights and possible options for a trade agreement around financial services.
31 January 2018

Is Brexit still the nuclear option?

The UK should benefit from a transitional period which provides more time to mitigate the potentially harmful effects of Brexit and help secure the best possible future relationship with Euratom.
25 January 2018

The European Commission addresses the impact of Brexit on data protection rules

The European Commission has published its notice outlining the data protection rules that will apply following Brexit. These changes may significantly impact both EU and UK businesses.
17 January 2018

Are EU nationals living and working in the UK now safe?

We examine whether the UK government's recent ‘agreement’ with the EU means that European nationals living and working in the UK can now breathe a sigh of relief.
14 December 2017

Plans afoot for English-speaking commercial courts in Europe post-Brexit

A summary of developments in the EU to establish English-language litigation centres following Brexit.
11 December 2017

Trade and customs impacts at ports post-Brexit

Changes to customs requirements and checks post-Brexit may impact ports and surrounding infrastructure. The Home Affairs Committee has advised government to put contingency plans in place.
24 November 2017

Are damages available for public procurement breaches?

If public authorities make an error in evaluating a tender, what should the remedy be? UK courts and European courts have different interpretations. Where does this leave authorities and bidders?
09 November 2017

Food fraud: how will Brexit affect fraud in the food supply chain?

The rules around food safety and labelling requirements are clear and robust. Problems arise, however, on both an EU and a UK scale when it comes to dealing with fraud in the food supply chain.
09 November 2017

Brexit – the Trade Bill 2017

The government lays down the first steps on the UK's road to independent trade post Brexit, but reveals just how much work there is still to be done.
09 November 2017

UK trading with the world post-Brexit

UK government is outlining how the UK will become an independent global trading nation post-Brexit. For that UK businesses will need new arrangements for trading with the EU and the rest of the world.
08 November 2017

European Commission publishes its post-Brexit stance on data protection

The European Commission's position paper on data protection and information flows suggests that Britain needs to abide by EU data protection laws or destroy personal data gathered prior to Brexit.
27 September 2017

A cure for "subsidy addiction"?

A review of subsidies to farming post-Brexit may also result in a review of all the benefits farmers receive, including tax relief. The issues will be wider and more complicated than some may think.
21 September 2017
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