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Public Law weekly highlights—15 October 2020

Published on: 15 October 2020
Published by: LexisPSL
  • Public Law weekly highlights—15 October 2020
  • In this issue:
  • Brexit headlines
  • Brexit Bulletin—Withdrawal Agreement Joint Committee to meet after European Council as UK-EU negotiations continue
  • Brexit Bulletin—EU calls on UK to 'put its cards on the table' as clock is ticking
  • Brexit Bulletin—third meeting of the Specialised Committee on Citizen’s Rights
  • Brexit Bulletin—third meeting of the Specialised Committee on the Northern Ireland Protocol
  • Brexit Bulletin—GB-EU Border Operating Model updated in preparation for end of transition
  • DfT secures contracts for ‘smooth’ delivery of essential goods post Brexit
  • EU Sub-Committee says UK professional and business services are being overlooked
  • More...

Article summary

This week's edition of Public Law weekly highlights includes selected Brexit headlines including updates on the state of play in key transition workstreams ahead of the October European Council summit, an update to the GB-EU Border Operating Model, views on trader readiness for the end of transition, further Brexit transition guidance, Brexit legislation updates and the latest Brexit SIs (including drafts concerning public procurement and State aid). Coronavirus (COVID-19) updates include government announcements and legislation on the three-tier alert system, operational guidance from the courts, a joint inquiry into lessons to be learnt from the government’s response, extension of the State aid Temporary Framework, an EU statement on measures restricting free movement due to the coronavirus, plus all the latest coronavirus legislation. Also in this edition, news of the UK election to UN Human Rights Council, updates on the Parliamentary Constituencies Bill, a new inquiry into status of Prime Minister's Office, analysis of the UK’s freeports policy, uncertainty over the UK data adequacy decision pending from the EU, plus the latest State aid updates. or take a trial to read the full analysis.

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