The case for a referendum re-run – New Law Journal

Posted January 23rd, 2019 in brexit, constitutional law, news, political parties, referendums by sally

‘How close is Plan B for a People’s Vote? David Wolchover reports.’

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New Law Journal, 18th January 2019

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What Is The Human Rights Act And Why Is Theresa May ‘Considering Scrapping’ It? – Rights Info

Posted January 23rd, 2019 in brexit, human rights, news, repeals by sally

‘The Human Rights Act preserves all of our fundamental human rights, from the right to life to the right to privacy and the right to free speech. It is the catch-all law that states our most basic rights so all of us can fight against discrimination and injustice.’

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Rights Info, 22nd January 2019

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Four key messages about EU staff and Brexit – Technology Law Update

Posted January 23rd, 2019 in brexit, EC law, employment, news, treaties by sally

‘The recent vote in the UK House of Commons to reject the EU Withdrawal Agreement may result in additional concern for EU staff and their employers in the tech sector.’

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Technology Law Update, 23rd January 2019

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Jurisdiction after a no deal Brexit – Competition Bulletin

Posted January 23rd, 2019 in brexit, domicile, EC law, jurisdiction, news, treaties by sally

‘Time for some more speculation about the future which awaits us after 29 March. The topic this time is jurisdiction.’

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Competition Bulletin, 22nd January 2010

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Hedge fund use of private exit polls attracts City watchdog – The Guardian

Posted January 16th, 2019 in brexit, financial regulation, hedge funds, news, referendums by sally

‘The City watchdog is considering fresh guidelines around the sale of private polling data to hedge funds looking to profit from major political events such as Brexit.’

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The Guardian, 15th January 2019

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CPS to test three alleged harassment cases after Soubry abused outside parliament – The Guardian

Posted January 11th, 2019 in brexit, Crown Prosecution Service, harassment, news, parliament by sally

‘Three cases of alleged harassment outside parliament have been referred to the Crown Prosecution Service after the MP Anna Soubry was repeatedly abused and blocked from entering parliament by pro-Brexit supporters earlier this week.’

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The Guardian, 10th January 2019

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Parliament moves towards special inquiry into abuse of MPs – The Guardian

‘Parliament is moving towards a special inquiry into the abuse and harassment of MPs after repeated threats and other forms of intimidation in relation to Brexit and other issues.’

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The Guardian, 9th January 2019

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Public test of UK settlement scheme for EU nationals to begin – OUT-LAW.com

Posted January 10th, 2019 in brexit, employment, immigration, news, pilot schemes by sally

‘The settlement scheme for EU nationals seeking to maintain their right to live and work in the UK once it leaves the EU will be extended to more individuals later this month, the government has announced.’

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OUT-LAW.com, 8th January 2019

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Home Secretary announces new skills-based immigration system – Home Office

Posted December 20th, 2018 in bills, brexit, EC law, freedom of movement, immigration, news by tracey

‘The Home Secretary announces a new route for skilled workers, strengthened border security and an end to free movement as part of a new immigration system.’

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Home Office, 19th December 2018

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Immigration: White Paper sets out post-Brexit rules for migrants – BBC News

Posted December 19th, 2018 in brexit, freedom of movement, immigration, news, remuneration, visas by sally

‘Low-skilled workers from EU countries will no longer have the automatic right to work in the UK after Brexit, under proposed new immigration rules.’

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BBC News, 19th December 2018

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Aris Georgopoulos: Revoking Article 50 TEU (C-621/18 Wightman and others): “Iphigenia Must Reach the Altar” – UK Constitutional Law Association

Posted December 18th, 2018 in brexit, constitutional law, EC law, news, treaties by sally

‘The CJEU’s ruling in C-621/18 Wightman and others clarifying that Member States can unilaterally revoke the withdrawal notification of Article 50 (2) TEU, is bound to have repercussions; in the case of Brexit and beyond.’

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UK Constitutional Law Association, 17th December 2018

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Environmental Law News Update – Six Pump Court

Posted December 14th, 2018 in brexit, environmental protection, news, water by sally

‘In this latest Environmental Law News Update, Charles Morgan, Gordon Wignall, Christopher Badger and Mark Davies consider the EU Exit Legal Position on the Withdrawal Agreement and the Attorney General’s Legal Advice, the Draft National Policy Statement for Water Resources Infrastructure and an important case about the courts’ approach to the balance between private rights and the public interest.’

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Six Pump Court, 10th December 2018

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Environmental Law Podcast – November 2018 – Six Pump Court

Posted December 14th, 2018 in brexit, environmental protection, news, podcasts, waste by sally

‘This short update focuses on November’s key legal developments, which this month include the Withdrawal Agreement and Political Declaration, the recent independent review of the current system of waste regulation and the latest on the new Environment Bill.’

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Six Pump Court, 5th December 2018

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Kenneth Armstrong: The Advent of Brexit – Can It Be Paused? – UK Constitutional Law Association

Posted December 12th, 2018 in brexit, constitutional law, EC law, news, notification, time limits, treaties by sally

‘As each day passes, a new window seems to be thrown open exposing a fresh legal issues to be solved as the UK continues its journey towards its withdrawal from the European Union. It’s like an advent calendar for lawyers.’

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UK Constitutional Law Association, 12th December 2018

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What does the Brexit Withdrawal Agreement mean for the European Arrest Warrant? Read the small print… – Doughty Street Chambers

Posted December 12th, 2018 in brexit, EC law, extradition, news, warrants by sally

‘Whether you consider it is the duty of our fellow citizens to read the 599 pages of the Withdrawal Agreement before expressing an opinion on Brexit, it is certainly the duty of any lawyer entering the fray.’

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Doughty Street Chambers, 27th November 2018

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Red line crossed? The Withdrawal Agreement’s arbitration clause – 4 New Square

‘Ending the jurisdiction of the CJEU over the UK is one of the highest-profile ‘red lines’ drawn by Theresa May and emphasised since the Brexit vote in June 2016, under the mantra of “taking back control of our laws”. Since the notion of a two-year transition period was introduced into negotiations between the UK and the EU, it became clear to most that this red line would be crossed for this period at the very least. It may be that the draft Withdrawal Agreement’s arbitration clause is the escape mechanism by which the UK can avoid the jurisdiction of the CJEU and gain a political win, but it might represent a red line crossed for the CJEU itself.’

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4 New Square, 22nd November 2018

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The myth that Article 50 is a one-way street – New Law Journal

Posted December 11th, 2018 in brexit, EC law, news, statutory interpretation, treaties by sally

‘David Wolchover explains exactly why Article 50 can be unilaterally rescinded.’

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New Law Journal, 5th December 2018

Source: www.newlawjournal.co.uk

UK Arbitration Act: Time for a revamp? – 4 New Square

‘Several countries have moved to amend their arbitration legislation, but the UK is yet to modernise its 1996 Arbitration Act, CDR explores what these provisions could look like and whether the market wants it.’

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4 New Square, 12th November 2018

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Joseph Barrett succeeds in Art. 50 Notification/EU Referendum legal challenge – 11 KBW

Posted December 11th, 2018 in brexit, EC law, judicial review, news, referendums, time limits by sally

‘Following a day long oral hearing the High Court has dismissed a wide-ranging crowd-funded claim for judicial review which sought to challenge the outcome of the EU Referendum, the giving of Article 50 notification to leave the EU and the alleged subsequent inaction of the Prime Minister in the face of the Electoral Commission’s findings of breaches of campaign finance and other requirements by Vote Leave and other leave campaigners during the 2016 EU Referendum campaign.’

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11 KBW, 10th December 2018

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Jurisdiction after Exit Day: What does the draft Withdrawal Agreement tell us? – 4 New Square

Posted December 11th, 2018 in brexit, EC law, jurisdiction, news by sally

‘The draft Withdrawal Agreement between the United Kingdom and the European Union was approved by the UK Cabinet on Wednesday 14 November 2018.’

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4 New Square, 16th November 2018

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