Brexit Blog

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30 August 2019

Handle with care: why it’s time to treat EU nationals responsibly

Katie Newbury discusses the implications of a no-deal Brexit on free movement and the impact on Europeans living in the UK.

Katie Newbury

29 August 2019

The suspension of parliament increases legal scrutiny of Brexit – and possibly a public inquiry?

The suspension of parliament yesterday, at time of political crisis, is now the subject of intense legal scrutiny across the United Kingdom. Lawyers for Gina Miller have lodged an application for judicial review, and are expected to argue that Boris Johnson’s advice to the Queen is an improper use of power, designed to curtail the legislature, resulting in infringement of the constitutional bedrock of parliamentary sovereignty.

Sophie Kemp

5 August 2019

Glitches in the EU Settlement Scheme

The full launch of the EU Settlement Scheme on 30 March 2019 was a welcome development for many EEA nationals. However, whilst the EU Settlement Scheme has been generally well-received, glitches in the system are materialising. 

Ilda de Sousa

26 July 2019

UK farmers demand more workers for the summer season

As we head into the summer months, spare a thought for overworked UK farmers who at the peak of the harvesting season are struggling to recruit the workers they need.  The National Farmers’ Union has long been lobbying hard for added flexibility in recruitment of non-EEA nationals given the growth in the sector. 

Marcia Longdon

5 April 2019

GDPR Compliance for US Companies

Focussing upon US companies considering their privacy policies and procedures in Silicon Valley and beyond, in this blog we consider the geographic scope of GDPR and the core business functions it impacts upon.

Alexander Torpey

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