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Month: July 2018

Brexit weekly round up – Week commencing 23 July 2018

Matrix’s Legal Support Service provides a weekly round-up of Brexit-related links and news. Brexit and the UK constitution The Supreme Court is to consider a legal challenge to establish the extend of the Scottish Parliament’s policy-making powers after Brexit. This is discussed in the Financial Times. Spain has warned the British Government that a “cliff-edge” […]

Brexit weekly round up – Week commencing 16 July 2018

Matrix’s Legal Support Service provides a weekly round-up of Brexit-related links and news. Brexit and the UK constitution The Times reports on the divide between lawyers over whether Donald Trump was serious when he suggested Britain should sue the European Union over Brexit. David Mundy has written in The Times arguing that the Brexit white […]

Brexit weekly round up – Week commencing 9 July 2018

Matrix’s Legal Support Service provides a weekly round-up of Brexit-related links and news. Brexit and the UK constitution The Commons Procedure Committee has published a report discussing the forthcoming scrutiny of delegated legislation under the EU (Withdrawal) Act 2018. For the UK Constitutional Law Association blog, Solon Solomon has discussed the Chequers agreement and how […]

Brexit weekly round up – Week commencing 2 July 2018

Matrix’s Legal Support Service provides a weekly round-up of Brexit-related links and news. Brexit and the UK constitution The Times has discussed two recent judgments which show that the British courts have little tolerance for the use of judicial review for overtly political purposes around Brexit. The House of Commons Library has published a paper […]

Brexit weekly round up – Week commencing 25 June 2018

Matrix’s Legal Support Service provides a weekly round-up of Brexit-related links and news. Brexit and the UK constitution The House of Commons Library publishes a weekly record of Brexit-related business in the devolved legislatures. The Speaker John Bercow has announced that the EU (Withdrawal) Bill has received royal assent and therefore has officially become law. […]