Brexit: Legal Process

The European Union (Withdrawal) Act 2018 as amended by the European Union (Withdrawal Agreement) Act
2020 >

Legislation is passed seeking to avoid a hard Brexit – where do we stand now? >

A new Prime Minister – what does it mean for Brexit? >

EU law allows the UK to revoke its Article 50 notice unilaterally >

The European Union (Withdrawal) Bill is introduced into Parliament >

The UK gives the Article 50 Notice – What Next?

The Government's Brexit White Paper >

The Supreme Court rules that Parliamentary approval is required to invoke Article 50 of the Treaty on European Union: A Note on the Supreme Court's judgment in R (Miller) v Secretary of State for Exiting the EU >

The Prime Minister's Brexit speech in January 2017 >

The High Court Rules that Parliamentary Approval is required to Invoke Article 50 of the Treaty on European Union: A Note on the Court’s Judgment in R (Miller) v. Secretary of State for Exiting the EU >

Supreme Court rules against the Government on Prorogation >

Future UK/EU Relationship 

Trade and Customs Requirements after the End of the Brexit Transition Period >

Negotiation of a UK/EU Trade Agreement: the Seventh Round >

Negotiation of a UK/EU Trade Agreement >

The UK/EU Withdrawal Agreement and Political Declaration >

EU law allows the UK to revoke its Article 50 notice unilaterally >

Prospects for a Withdrawal Agreement and for a UK/EU Relationship Agreement >

Draft Withdrawal Agreement, Transitional Arrangement and EU Council Guidelines for the Relationship Agreement >

European Council Directives of 29 January 2018 on the Withdrawal Agreement and Transitional Arrangements >

Commencement of the second phase of the UK/EU Article 50 negotiations: European Council Guidelines of 15 December 2017 and Joint Report of the negotiating teams >

Negotiations of the UK's Withdrawal Agreement with the EU: The Council's Conclusions and An Update on the Key Issues > 

Negotiations of the UK's withdrawal agreement and future relationship agreement with the EU >


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