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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12 Apr, 2017

All the World’s a stage: the UK’s global future : UK White Paper on Brexit and later texts

Danish Association for European Law: seminar 6 April 2017: Copenhagen Post Brexit aims of...
12 Apr, 2017

Aspects of post Brexit regulation in the Aviation sector

DFE presentation 6 April 2017: Aspects of post Brexit regulation in the Aviation sector:...
11 Apr, 2017

Monckton presentations in Denmark on post Brexit regulation of the Aviation and Telecommunications sectors

At a Brexit seminar in Copenhagen at the Danish Association for European Law on...
4 Apr, 2017

Gibraltar: a Sting in the Tail, but not a Surprise

Last week, the status of Gibraltar arose on two occasions in relation to Brexit. ...
31 Mar, 2017

The fate of Charter rights under the Great Repeal Bill

In yesterday’s White Paper, the Government announced that the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights...
31 Mar, 2017

The EU Council’s draft Art 50 Negotiating Guidelines: the ‘cliff edge’ recedes but no free trade agreement until 2022?

The EU Council has today published its draft Negotiating Guidelines setting out the overall...
31 Mar, 2017

The Great Repeal Bill and the risk of enforcement black holes: some further thoughts based on environmental law

As noted in my blog post yesterday, one of the main concerns about the...
31 Mar, 2017

Storm Clouds over the Welsh Mountains: Agriculture and Devolution

George Peretz QC has contributed to the UK Constitutional Law Association blog with a...
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...
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