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Month: February 2018

Brexit weekly round up – Week commencing 19 February 2018

Matrix’s Legal Support Service provides a weekly round-up of Brexit-related links and news. Brexit and the UK constitution The Financial Times argues that an answer is needed on Ireland as the UK seems increasingly uncertain over how to avoid the re-emergence of a hard border. Ireland’s deputy prime minister, Simon Coveney, has accused ‘reckless’ Brexit-supporting […]

Brexit weekly round up – Week commencing 12 February 2018

Matrix’s Legal Support Service provides a weekly round-up of Brexit-related links and news. Brexit and the UK constitution The UK Constitutional Law Association blog has published an article reacting to the House of Lords’ Constitution Committee report on the retained EU law in the EU (Withdrawal) Bill. European Commission DGs have published notices on the […]

Brexit weekly round up – Week commencing 5 February 2018

Matrix’s Legal Support Service provides a weekly round-up of Brexit-related links and news. Brexit and the UK constitution The Commons Public Accounts Select Committee examined DExEU, making a number of recommendations, noting that the department “has not been quick enough to move departments beyond planning for Brexit and on to getting things done.” Politics.co.uk reports […]

The Law of Nations Podcast: Episode 8 – Arbitration of family law disputes

Originally posted on The Law of Nations. Welcome to the eighth episode of The Law of Nations’ podcast series. The Law of Nations provides a unique insight into developments in international law. Focused on developments involving the United Kingdom, the podcasts draw on comparative law from around the world. Download now: Podcast 8 – Arbitration […]

Brexit weekly round up – Week commencing 29 January 2018

Matrix’s Legal Support Service provides a weekly round-up of Brexit-related links and news. Brexit and the UK constitution The Lords Constitution Select Committee has stated that the EU (Withdrawal) Bill is fundamentally flawed and needs to be rewritten as it currently risks ‘undermining legal certainty’. The peers have stated that the bill is ‘constitutionally unacceptable’. […]