Brexit legislation tracker [Archived]
Brexit legislation tracker [Archived]

The following Public Law guidance note provides comprehensive and up to date legal information covering:

  • Brexit legislation tracker [Archived]
  • Quick links
  • Legislation to deliver Brexit
  • Bill Tracker
  • Brexit SIs
  • Brexit SI database
  • Brexit Bills lost at the end of the 2017–19 Parliament
  • Trade Bill
  • Agriculture Bill
  • Fisheries Bill
  • more

ARCHIVED: This Practice Note has been archived and is not maintained. It tracks the progress of UK primary legislation introduced as part of the legislative preparation for the UK’s withdrawal from the EU during the 2017–19 Parliament.

As a result of the prorogation of the 2017–19 Parliament on 8 October 2019, the Brexit Bills progressing through Parliament which had not yet received Royal Assent fell away namely:

  1. Agriculture Bill

  2. Financial Services (Implementation of Legislation) Bill [HL]

  3. Fisheries Bill

  4. Immigration and Social Security Co-ordination (EU Withdrawal) Bill

  5. Trade Bill

For further reading see: Brexit Bulletin—key Bills fall away on prorogation of Parliament, LNB News 09/10/2019 64.

Quick links

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Central tracker

Click on the links below to redirect to our central Brexit legislation tracker and Brexit SI database:

  1. Brexit legislation tracker

  2. Brexit SI database

Practice area trackers

Click on the links below to redirect to trackers covering Brexit legislation in specific practice areas:

  1. Commercial

  2. Construction

  3. Corporate Crime

  4. Dispute Resolution

  5. Employment

  6. Energy

  7. Environment

  8. Financial Services

  9. Information Law

  10. Intellectual Property

  11. Life Sciences

  12. Local Government

  13. Pensions

  14. R&I

  15. TMT

For further updates and guidance specific to individual practice areas, see: Brexit toolkit.

Brexit Bills given Royal Assent during the 2017–19 Parliament

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