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.

Latest

24 Nov, 2016

Environment after Brexit: Some Thoughts

Environmentalists might have good reason to believe that the Government sends mixed signals about...
17 Nov, 2016

Monckton’s WTO experts provide insight into the UK’s trade landscape post a “Hard Brexit”

Leading trade barristers, David Unterhalter SC and Tom Sebastian recently facilitated a round table...
16 Nov, 2016

The Miller Case – an alternative analysis

In this post, our former head of chambers, the prominent EU lawyer Sir Jeremy...
14 Nov, 2016

Will the Supreme Court have to make a reference to the Court of Justice of the EU in Miller?: further thoughts

There has been much excitement generated by the possibility that, in order to resolve...
8 Nov, 2016

Supreme Court Grants Government Permission to Appeal Against Article 50 Judgment

The Supreme Court today announced (here) that it has granted the Government permission to...
3 Nov, 2016

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

The High Court has just given judgment in the case of R(Miller) v Secretary...
2 Nov, 2016

Article 50 judgment to be handed down tomorrow (3 November) at 10 am

The High Court has announced that it will be handing down judgment in the...
1 Nov, 2016

Judge Baudenbacher’s speech on whether the EEA is an option for the UK

In an earlier blog, I commented on a summary of a talk given by...
28 Oct, 2016

Government Wins Article 50 Challenge In High Court Of Northern Ireland

In a judgment released this morning (here) the High Court of Northern Ireland (Maguire...
27 Oct, 2016

What does CETA tells us about Brexit?

The Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) that the EU has negotiated with Canada...
Search
Menu