- Spotlight on the UK Internal Market Bill
- Further reading
Public Law analysis: The government introduced the UK Internal Market Bill in Parliament on 9 September 2020, following a brief consultation on its policy proposals for preserving access and regulatory harmonisation across the UK internal market after the end of the transition period under the Withdrawal Agreement. Some aspects of the Bill have been criticised and the EU has warned that passage of the Bill as introduced would be considered a serious violation of the Withdrawal Agreement. Laura Rees-Evans of Fietta LLP looks in detail at the provisions of the Bill and the associated legal principles, issues and implications.
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