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Month: October 2019

Brexit round up – Week commencing 28 October 2019

Brexit and the UK constitution Splits within the Conservatives and Labour have erupted over calls for a general election before Christmas. The UK’s post-Brexit deal with the EU Earlier this week, MPs reacted angrily after being told they will have just three days to scrutinise the landmark legislation delivering Brexit. Boris Johnson’s Brexit deal cleared […]

Brexit round up- Week commencing 21 October 2019

Matrix’s Legal Support Service provides a round-up of Brexit-related links and news. Brexit and the UK Constitution Scotland’s highest court is to hear a fresh challenge from anti-Brexit campaigners as they seek to have Boris Johnson’s agreed deal with the EU declared unlawful. The UK’s post-Brexit deal with the EU Boris Johnson has announced Brexit […]

Brexit round up- Week commencing 14 October 2019

Matrix’s Legal Support Service provides a round-up of Brexit-related links and news. Brexit and the UK Constitution Boris Johnson has told moderate Tory MPs that he will not fight the next general election on a pledge to deliver a no-deal Brexit. The public would blame MPs more than Boris Johnson if he ends up delaying […]

Case Law: Lloyd v Google LLC, Landmark judgment in representative data protection action – Aidan Wills

The Court of Appeal has handed down judgment in Lloyd v Google LLC [2019] EWCA Civ 1599, a decision with significant implications for data protection law and practice. Brought on behalf of an estimated 4.4 million iPhone users, this representative claim concerns Google’s gathering and exploitation of browser generated information (“BGI”) on Apple’s Safari browser. In the […]

Brexit round up- Week Commencing 7 October 2019

Matrix’s Legal Support Service provides a round-up of Brexit-related links and news. Brexit and the UK constitution The DUP will never accept a Brexit deal that sees Northern Ireland signed up to different customs rules to the rest of the United Kingdom, Arlene Foster has warned Boris Johnson. The UK government has since suggested placing […]