The Fate of the Charter of Fundamental Rights in UK Law After Brexit is Sealed – Oxford Human Rights Hub

Posted June 25th, 2018 in bills, brexit, EC law, human rights, news by sally

‘On Monday in the House of Lords, Lord Pannick withdrew his amendment to the EU Withdrawal Bill retaining the EU Charter as part of the UK’s post-Brexit settlement. With this, the Charter’s fate in UK law post Brexit was sealed. When the UK leaves the EU, the EU Charter will cease to apply. The status of the Charter during the transitional period, whilst the UK is neither in nor out of the EU, is still to be confirmed but it would seem inconceivable that the Charter would not continue to apply during that period.’

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Oxford Human Rights Hub, 20th June 2018