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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25 Oct, 2016

Brexit Competition Law Working Group Publishes Issues Paper

The Brexit Competition Law Working Group (BCLWG), consisting of a group of eminent practitioners...
20 Oct, 2016

President of EFTA Court discusses issues arising out of Brexit

In a lecture given to the Centre of European Law at King’s College, London,...
18 Oct, 2016

Article 50 Challenge: Update from Day Two

The hearing continued yesterday of the judicial review challenging the Government’s position that it...
17 Oct, 2016

Could the Article 50 litigation result in a reference to the European Court of Justice?

The High Court is currently considering the argument that the Crown has no power...
14 Oct, 2016

Article 50 Challenge: Update from Day One

As we wrote yesterday (see here) the hearing has now started of the High...
13 Oct, 2016

Article 50 challenges in Court today

Today sees the start of the hearing in the High Court of the so-called...
11 Oct, 2016

The Great Repeal Bill: Legal Issues That Will Have To Be Tackled

Both Christopher Muttukumaru CB (here) and I (here) have already commented on some aspects of...
7 Oct, 2016

Article 50 litigation: Government’s skeleton argument published

Today the Government has published its full skeleton argument in the Article 50 litigation...
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...
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