Brexit Blog

Brexit is an unprecedented political, economic and legal phenomenon. The Monckton Brexit Blog gives you expert legal insight and analysis from barristers at Monckton Chambers.

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2 Jun, 2020

New blog for EU Relations Law

As a subscriber to the Monckton Chambers Brexit Blog, we thought that you might...
30 Jan, 2020

UK Accession to the Lugano Convention 2007 – an “oven ready” option?

The future of Civil Judicial Cooperation between the EU-27 and the UK after Brexit...
3 Dec, 2019

The government’s new state aid proposals are the worst of all worlds

The European Union state aid rules are a keystone of the EU single market:...
27 Nov, 2019

Fisheries after Brexit

Two years ago, I helped organise and chaired an evening conference at the British...
25 Oct, 2019

What’s (or what’s not) in the Johnson draft Withdrawal Agreement Bill?

Please click here to see the analysis.
25 Sep, 2019

Supreme Court: prorogation unlawful

The case before the Supreme Court will not determine whether the UK should remain...
28 May, 2019

Professor Carl Baudenbacher: EEA on the table again?

Photo: @EFTAsecretariat One hour after Theresa May’s resignation on 24 May 2019, Former EFTA...
12 Mar, 2019

Legislating the Byzantine way: the Brexit Procurement SIs

Towards the end of last year, the Cabinet Office published a draft statutory instrument,...
10 Dec, 2018

Does Wightman mean that Miller was decided incorrectly?

The Court of Justice of the European Union has today in C-621/18 Wightman held...
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