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

30 Mar, 2017

The Great Repeal Bill White Paper: what we have learned

Today the Government published a White Paper for the Great Repeal Bill, but confirmed...
29 Mar, 2017

Dispute Settlement Mechanisms after Brexit: a Crucial Element in the Forthcoming Negotiations with the EU

In his speech last week, Michel Barnier, the European Commission’s Brexit negotiator, warned that...
15 Mar, 2017

The EU roll-over

On 13 March 2017, Anneli Howard participated in the UK Legal Future event at...
21 Feb, 2017

Environment and Brexit: Strong Words from the House of Lords Select Committee

On Valentine’s Day, the House of Lords Select Committee on the EU published a...
17 Feb, 2017

Publication of leading EU lawyers’ Opinion on Article 50 TEU

Gerry Facenna QC and former Head of Monckton Chambers Sir Jeremy Lever KCMG QC...
9 Feb, 2017

“The WTO-option”: Two questions of process

Thomas Sebastian spoke yesterday at an event organised by UK Legal Future at the...
9 Feb, 2017

Brexit from an EU perspective – the Magical Mystery Tour

25 January and 8 February 2017 Christopher Muttukumaru CB writes that, thus far, the...
24 Jan, 2017

Supreme Court rules that Government cannot invoke Article 50 under the Royal Prerogative

The Supreme Court has this morning given judgment in the case of R(Miller) v...
23 Jan, 2017

Single market challenge: Adrian Yalland and Peter Wilding v SSEU (Article 127 EEA)

Monckton Chambers’ members are advising on a challenge to the Government’s plan for the...
23 Jan, 2017

The UK merger regime has emerged unscathed from the Government’s review of industrial strategy

The Prime Minister today unveiled a new, more interventionist industrial strategy – intended to...