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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

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

What do the government's position papers say about Brexit options?

Commentary on government position papers in respect of Enforcement and Dispute Resolution and Providing a Cross-Border Judicial Co-operative Framework during and after Brexit.
19 September 2017

UK government publishes position paper on data protection following Brexit

Following Brexit, the UK government seeks to play a leading role in setting data protection standards, working alongside the EU to create arrangements to allow the continued flow of personal data.
14 September 2017

DExEU policy papers: what next for Brexit negotiations?

Ahead of the UK and EU’s third negotiation session, we consider whether the recently released government policy papers are a step towards driving the Brexit negotiations forward.
30 August 2017

UK Agriculture Policy after Brexit: are we asking the right questions?

The most important question to be asked in deciding on the shape of UK Agriculture Policy after Brexit is why any payments are to be made, not whether they should be made or to whom.
01 August 2017

Brexit and the EU data protection package: House of Lords EU Committee publish report

The House of Lords EU Committee has published a report which looks at how changes to the EU’s data protection laws will affect data transfers between the UK and EU after the UK leaves the EU.
27 July 2017

The impact of Brexatom

When the UK leaves Euratom Community all legislation, recommendations, decisions or communications derived from the Euratom Treaty will cease to have legal effect in the UK.
26 June 2017

The UK's options for leaving the Euratom community ("Brexatom")

The government has recognised the need to avoid potentially harmful cliff edge effects in the UK's transition to a long term free trade agreement with the European Union.
26 June 2017
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