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The Brexit transition hub provides a quick reference guide to key content on the Brexit transition. It highlights key practical guidance and materials on the Brexit transition (and post-transition) priorities, transitional arrangements and the legal changes taking effect from the end of the Brexit transition/implementation period (IP completion day), including specific guidance on the impact of IP completion day in various areas of legal practice.
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Background reading on the Brexit transition
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Brexit transition guidance
Impact of IP completion day in practice
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Brexit ‘how to’ guide
We are keeping this content under review and adding new materials as we continue to address relevant updates, developments, issues and queries. Practitioners doing legal research after IP completion day will find it useful to monitor and refer back to this page, as well as relevant practice area specific guidance.
As of 11pm GMT on 31 January 2020 (exit day), the UK ceased to be an EU Member State and its relationship with the EU was governed by the Withdrawal Agreement negotiated during the Article 50 withdrawal period. Exit day marked the start of a time-limited transition or
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