The UK Government has published today the third batch of the anticipated technical notices on the impact of a “cliff edge” EU exit on 29 March 2019. The latest batch contains 24 papers available here, including notices on the flights to and from the UK, protection of geographical indications (GIs) and generating low-carbon electricity.

As explained in our blog post on the first batch of technical notices (see here), the UK’s notes contain information on what the UK Government plans to do, unilaterally, to assist affected businesses and individuals through temporary waivers and derogations. So, for example, in this latest release, on aviation, the UK Government commits to unilaterally granting permission to EU airlines to land in the UK in order to bring flights’ disruption to a minimum.