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Brexit

Dal blog: Citizens’ rights in the Brexit

The Beginning of the End? Citizens’ rights in the Brexit ‘Sufficient Progress’ deal by Professor S. Peers Yesterday’s ‘joint report’ on the progress in the Brexit negotiations (accompanied by a Commission paper and a joint technical note on EU27 and … LEGGI

Dal Blog: Legal issues of the Brexit transition period

Bridge over troubled legal water? Legal issues of the Brexit transition period by Professor Steve Peers “Compared to famous Florentines, Theresa May’s recent speech on the UK’s Brexit plans inevitably owed more to Machiavelli than Leonardo da Vinci. Nevertheless, it gave … LEGGI

Dal Blog: The impact of Brexit

All of life is changed: The impact of Brexit on UK nationals living in other EU Member States by Sarah McCloskey and Tamara Hervey, Sheffield Law School “After a series of cataclysmic political events, most people can empathise with the stress … LEGGI

Dal blog: The UK General Election and Brexit

The UK General Election and Brexit: Comparing Party Manifestos by Professor Steve Peers “Tomorrow sees another general election in the UK, just two years after the last one. Since this is (according to the Prime Minister) an election on Brexit, it … LEGGI

Dal blog: Guide to the Brexit Negotiations

  Guide to the Brexit Negotiations by Professor Steve Peers “Last week the Brexit process formally got underway, as the UK formally sent the ‘Article 50’ withdrawal letter to the EU on March 29, and the EU in turn drew up … LEGGI

Brexit: la Supreme Court conferma la pronuncia dell’High Court

    Con sentenza definitiva, pronunciata nel caso R (on the application of Miller and another) (Respondents) v Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union (Appellant)  il 24 gennaio 2017, la  Supreme Court ha confermato l’orientamento espresso dall’High Court … LEGGI

UK High Court: spetta al Parlamento inglese il voto sulla Brexit

            La UK High Court si è pronuniciata sulla Brexit, statuendo che il Parlamento deve esprimere il proprio voto (R (Miller) -V- Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union, judgment of November 3rd, 2016) … LEGGI

Britain and the EU – A tragic split

                  How to minimise the damage of Britain’s senseless, self-inflicted blow. HOW quickly the unthinkable became the irreversible. A year ago few people imagined that the legions of Britons who love to … LEGGI