Public international law

UK Government Publishes Technical Notes, including relating to “Privileges and Immunities”

  The post below was first published on our Public International Law blog On 28 August, in advance of the next round of EU-UK talks, the UK Government published three Technical Notes, one of which “provides further information to support … Continue reading

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UK GOVERNMENT PUBLISHES RESPONSE ON THE LEGAL FRAMEWORK FOR SANCTIONS POST-BREXIT

The post below was first published on our Public International Law blog. On 2 August 2017, the UK Government published its response to the public consultation on the UK’s future legal framework for imposing and implementing sanctions after the UK’s … Continue reading

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CAN ACQUIRED RIGHTS PROVIDE PROTECTION FOR INDIVIDUALS AND BUSINESSES POST-BREXIT?

An important area of law requiring consideration in the context of the UK's planned withdrawal from the EU is the question of whether rights granted to individuals and businesses during the UK's membership of the EU will endure following its … Continue reading

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