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.

Blog posts

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 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...