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

4 May, 2018

Two souls in Europe’s breast

Written by former President of the EFTA Court Professor Carl Baudenbacher who joined Monckton...
1 May, 2018

Dispute Settlement after the Transitional Period: the Intermediate Regime

Last month, I wrote a post describing the dispute settlement provisions in the draft...
26 Mar, 2018

Dispute Settlement under the draft Withdrawal Agreement: the Transitional Period

On Monday 19 March, the Commission published a new version of the draft Withdrawal...
9 Mar, 2018

Prime Ministers Brexit Speech: Analysis by the Bar

In her wide-ranging Mansion House speech last week, the Prime Minister said she wanted...
28 Feb, 2018

George Peretz QC writes on Jeremy Corbyn’s Brexit policy speech and State aid

In an article today for, George Peretz QC has commented on issues arising...
23 Jan, 2018

Briefing paper: The Government’s proposed legislation for trade remedies

This briefing reflects, with an introduction and some updating, George Peretz’s comments at the UK Trade...
14 Dec, 2017

Does the European Union (Withdrawal) Bill provide legal certainty for EU entities?

At the Franco-British Chamber of Commerce on 6 December. Christopher Muttukumaru CB argued that...
22 Nov, 2017

The Trade Bill and the implementation of trade agreements after Brexit

On 7 November 2017, the Government presented to Parliament the Trade Bill. This is...
2 Nov, 2017

EFTA Court contradicts UK Supreme Court on public procurement damages test

The EFTA Court, the equivalent of the CJEU for the non-EU countries within the...
24 Oct, 2017

Henry VIII Powers

Brexit is generating debate on so called Henry VIII powers, and is likely to...