UK/EU: FUTURE RELATIONSHIP
These links provide members with up-to-date information regarding the future relationship between the UK and the EU.
Links are regularly updated.
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The Bar Council
After Brexit: the UK's new relationship with the EU. The Bar Council has been actively engaged in the Brexit process over the past several years, both domestically and beyond our shores, in the interests of the profession and the public.
Chambers - blogs & analysis
Free Movement blog. A blog founded by Colin Yeo, an immigration barrister at Garden Court Chambers. One specific section is dedicated to EU Free Movement. Access to most old posts is now limited to members of the website.
Matrix Chambers Brexit hub. 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.
Brexit and the legal profession. The Law Society of England and Wales
The Law Societies' office in Brussels Set up by the Law Society of England and Wales, Law Society of Scotland and Law Society of Northern Ireland. Its main functions are monitoring EU policy and legislative developments and representing the profession within European institutions. Its website includes a specific section on the EU-UK relationship
UK Government & Parliament
Brexit: new rules are here. How new Brexit rules apply to things like travel and doing business with Europe.
Brexit: research and analysis. Research and analysis from Parliament's libraries and committees on issues related to leaving the European Union.
Scottish Government & Parliament
Post-Brexit Hub. A hub by the Scottish Parliament Information Centre which reflects on new domestic constitutional arrangements affecting Scotland after Brexit.
SPICe research briefings. Include regular research briefings on EU-UK future relationship negotiations under ‘EU and International Affairs’
EU Exit Web Archive. It contains a wide selection of documents taken from EUR-and published up to the completion of the implementation period (31/12/2020 at 11 pm). This service provides a comprehensive and official UK reference point for EU law as it stood at the end of the implementation period.
Irish Government & Parliament
Brexit Ready Ireland. Department of the Taoiseach
Relations with the United Kingdom. Information about the new EU-UK relationship as well as the Brexit negotiations.
Brexit. This page gives an overview of the latest and upcoming meetings, press releases, policies related to the work of the Council of the EU and the European Council in the area of Brexit.
The Publications Office of the European Union - Brexit. An interinstitutional office whose task is to publish the publications of the institutions of the European Union. It has a specific section on Brexit where various publications published by the EU are listed. Most of them can be downloaded free of charge
Brexit institute. A hub established by the Dublin City University with the aim to explore how Brexit impacts on government, business and society at large.
Cardiff European Documentation Centre. A centre of Cardiff University which is a major source of information and expertise about the institutions, activities and policies of the European Union (EU), the countries of Europe, and the wider European continent.
Centre on Constitutional Change (CCC). Established in 2013 to research the UK’s changing constitutional relationships. Based at the University of Edinburgh.
European Futures. An academic blog on Europe and European affairs, as well as research papers some of which look at various aspects of Brexit, published by the Edinburgh Europa Institute.
UCL - The Constitution Unit. This academic unit at UCL provides research, events, news and a blog including Brexit-related topics.