Matrix Brexit Hub
Welcome to our Brexit Hub. Here you will find the latest news, articles and commentary from Matrix members concerning the legal implications of the UK’s vote to leave the European Union, after the referendum on 23 June 2016. They offer assistance with some of the practical issues which may arise, and try to anticipate some of the solutions to the uncertainty that lies ahead. If you have any feedback or would like to be added to our mailing list for Brexit articles, please mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
In the run up to the referendum, Matrix produced a number a free, downloadable articles on several topics concerning the implications of the UK leaving the EU. The briefings are still available on our website.
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The Court of Appeal held that UK Courts are bound by decisions of the CJEU given after the end of the transitional period (31 December 2020) on preliminary references from UK Courts made before that date. This case concerned the question of whether a lorry driver importing excise goods where the relevant excise duty had […]
This is the last Brexit round-up update. Thanks for following Matrix’s coverage of Brexit developments. Brexit and the UK’s Constitution Boris Johnson heralded “a new chapter in our nation’s history” after signing the official document which formalised the UK’s exit from the EU. Boris Johnson said Britain had “taken back the tools of self-government” as […]
Brexit and the UK’s Constitution Boris Johnson will usher in Britain’s exit from the European Union with a light show at Number 10 amid a row over Brexiteers’ demands for Big Ben to bong instead. Boris Johnson suffered a major blow this week after peers inflicted three defeats on the Government’s flagship Brexit Bill. A […]
No formal trade talks have yet begun but the Brexit negotiations on the future trade relationship have already started. On 14 January 2020 the EU made the first offensive move. It published on its website a series of slides used in seminars with the 27 Member States on the future relationship with the UK. The […]
The UK’s post- Brexit relationship with the EU The EU negotiating team is gearing up for talks with the UK about the post-Brexit relationship by holding a series of seminars for diplomats from the 27 member states. The European Union will “not be rushed” into signing off on post-Brexit agreements with Britain despite a UK […]