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

7 Oct, 2016

Professor Panos Koutrakos at Procurement Leaders’ Europe Forum 2016 on Brexit

Professor Panos Koutrakos has addressed an international audience of180 senior procurement executives from the...
5 Oct, 2016

The Legal Implications of the Prime Minister’s Speech on BREXIT

Since the EU Referendum,  lawyers and the public have asked when the Government would...
3 Oct, 2016

The Great Repeal Bill: a giant Henry VIII clause?

The Prime Minister has now announced that the 2017/2018 session of Parliament will feature...
28 Sep, 2016

Welcome to the Monckton Brexit Blog

On 23 June 2016, the UK’s voters were asked to give a one word...
28 Sep, 2016

Article 50 litigation: Court orders that Government’s arguments can be published

On Friday 23 September 2016 the “People’s Challenge Interested Parties” published a redacted version...
27 Sep, 2016

Parliamentary scrutiny of the Brexit negotiations

Christopher Muttukumaru CB writes: in circumstances where the successful “Leave” campaign provided little by...
23 Sep, 2016

Article 50 litigation: Interested Parties’ skeleton argument published

Today, the People’s Challenge Interested Parties have publicly released their skeleton argument for the...
20 Sep, 2016

International trade treaties before Brexit

Since the June referendum, the question of the trade relations between the UK and...
15 Sep, 2016

AFTER BREXIT: State Aid under WTO disciplines

Blog post written by David Unterhalter SC and Thomas Sebastian. Amidst the speculation as...
31 Aug, 2016

Cases before the CJEU at the time of Brexit: could the interests of justice be timed out?

Christopher Muttukumaru CB argues that, in cases where a reference has been made to...