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These Brexit highlights bring you a summary of the latest Brexit news and legislation updates from across a range of LexisNexis® practice areas, collated on 7 May 2020.
This section contains key overarching Brexit news headlines.
The UK has no intention of delaying the next stage of Brexit, minister Michael Gove reiterated on 5 May 2020, saying that talks will advance because ‘deadlines concentrate minds’. Addressing lawmakers in the House of Lords, Gove said that difficulties in areas from fisheries to financial services were ‘political rather than technical in most cases’, and that a deal with the EU could be reached by the 31 December 2020 deadline.
See News Analysis: ‘Deadlines concentrate minds’, UK’s Gove says, ruling out Brexit extension.
The European Commission has published a technical note on the implementation of the Northern Ireland Protocol to the Withdrawal Agreement, issued by the Commission’s Task Force for Relations with the United Kingdom (UKTF). The technical note was sent to the European Parliament and Council on 30 April 2020 and coincided with the first meeting of the Specialised Committee on the implementation and application of the Northern Ireland Protocol, which is tasked with facilitating the implementation and application of the Protocol and making recommendations on its operation to the Withdrawal Agreement Joint Committee. In the note, the Commission repeats its calls on the UK for immediate action and engagement on the technical implementation of the Protocol, requesting details and timelines for implementation of key measures as a matter of urgency, so that stakeholders have time to prepare in advance for measures entering into force on 1 January 2021.
See: LNB News 04/05/2020 72.
Nine House of Commons Committee Chairs have written a joint letter calling for increased
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