Brexit timeline: events leading to the UK’s exit from the ...
On 28 October 2019, EU Ambassadors agreed a further Brexit extension to 31 January 2020. On 12 December 2019, Boris Johnson won a majority in the UK General Election and reaffirmed his commitment to ‘get Brexit done‘ by 31 January 2020. On 23 January 2020, the European Union (Withdrawal Agreement) Act 2020 received Royal Assent. This is the legislation that will implement the withdrawal ...
Brexit: business, economy and finance - UK Parliament
Overview of the expected effects of Brexit on public procurement and future policy choices for the UK. Brexit deal: Potential economic impact Commons Library Insight, 18 October 2019 Compares the new Brexit deal with the previous one and examines the potential long-term economic impact on the UK economy. Economic update: Growth and the March 29 ...
Brexit and the EU - House of Commons Library
Brexit timeline: events leading to the UK’s exit from the European Union A timeline of the major events leading up to the EU referendum and subsequent dates of note, looking ahead to expected events as the UK and EU negotiate the UK's exit.
Brexit: social policy, education and employment - UK ...
Examines Brexit and health and social care, looking at negotiation preparations, workforce numbers and reciprocal healthcare. NHS and social care workforce Lords Library research briefing, 15 July 2016 Explores the implications of leaving the EU on the NHS and social care workforce, particularly with regard to 'safe' staffing levels. Education . International and EU students in higher ...
Brexit: defence, security and immigration - UK Parliament
Brexit: Common Security and Defence Policy missions and operations. EU External Affairs Sub-Committee report, 14 May 2018. Concludes that the UK may be able to participate in CSDP missions and operations post-Brexit but will lose its influence. Ministry of Defence: Acquisition and support of defence equipment.
Brexit: the financial settlement - in detail - House of ...
A shorter briefing Brexit: the financial settlement – a summary covers what the settlement is and how much it might cost. In the financial settlement (the settlement), the UK and EU have set out how they will settle their outstanding financial obligations to each other. The obligations arise out of the UK’s participation in the EU budget and broader aspects of its EU membership. The ...
Brexit and air quality - House of Commons Library
Brexit: statements, concerns and uncertainties. Until a final Brexit agreement is reached with the EU, much of what will happen to air quality standards and enforcement following Brexit is the subject of speculation. The Government has been clear that it has no plans to change limit values and targets for air quality following Brexit. The Government’s intention is that pursuant to the ...
General Election 2019: Brexit - House of Commons Library
Brexit was a prominent issue in the 2019 General Election campaign. 58 seats switched to the Conservatives in the 2019 General Election. Of these constituencies, 55 voted Leave in the 2016 EU referendum. This Insight sets out how parliamentary constituencies voted in the EU Referendum and in the 2019 General Election.
Brexit: UK consumer protection law - House of Commons Library
Download ‘Brexit: UK consumer protection law’ report (1 MB , PDF) Consumer protection law is a distinct body of law that regulates the contractual relationships formed between businesses and consumers. It aims to ensure fairness and transparency. In the UK, the development of consumer law has been largely driven by the EU through a series ...
Brexit: 58 sectors analysed - The House of Commons Library
Brexit: 58 sectors analysed. The Government has confirmed that it has produced analyses of 58 sectors of the economy in the context of Brexit. A Written Ministerial Statement published on the 7 November 2017 stated that: The sectoral analysis is a wide mix of qualitative and quantitative analysis, contained in a range of documents developed at ...
The effect of Brexit on getting divorced - House of ...
Download ‘The effect of Brexit on getting divorced’ report (617 KB , PDF) This briefing paper  provides an overview of the rules which affect getting divorced where there is a cross-border element, including divorces involving residents or nationals of EU Member States. It deals with the position in England and Wales except where stated ...
Brexit: national identity and ethnicity in the referendum
Brexit: national identity and ethnicity in the referendum. In the referendum on EU membership held on 23 June, local authorities with higher proportions of people identifying as ‘English only’ recorded higher vote shares to leave the EU, while polling data suggest that ethnic minorities were more likely to vote Remain.
What are the 'other' Brexit options?
A no-deal Brexit will lead to new barriers to trade with the EU, and is predicted by the Government and others to result in significant disruption, at least in the short term, and have a negative economic impact in the long term. But it is also viewed as providing for a clean break from the EU. Economic impact . The Government’s long-term economic analysis of exiting the EU, released in ...
Brexit Archives - House of Commons Library
End of Brexit transition: chemicals regulation (REACH) Wednesday, 05 May, 2021. A House of Commons Library briefing paper discussing the EU REACH regulation for chemicals, the impact of Brexit on the chemicals industry and UK Government plans for a separate UK REACH regime after the end of the transition period. Research Briefing.
Brexit Glossary - House of Commons Library
Brexit is the abbreviation for ‘British exit’ from the EU. It was used before the referendum on 23 June 2016 in which a majority of the UK electorate voted to leave the EU, and has been used ever since in the media and by commentators and experts on the subject of the UK’s withdrawal from the EU. Brexit has not happened yet.
EU powers after Brexit: ‘Power grab’ or ‘power surge’?
EU powers after Brexit: ‘Power grab’ or ‘power surge’? From 1 January 2021, hundreds of powers previously exercised by the European Union will flow back to the UK Government and the devolved administrations in Edinburgh, Cardiff, and Belfast. The UK Government says this will represent a “power surge” for the Scottish and Welsh ...
Brexit: ATOL protection scheme
Brexit. In the process, it also provides an outline of the current insolvency protections provided by ATOL in respect of package holidays and LTAs. 4 Brexit: ATOL protection scheme . 1. Current legislative background : 1.1 What is a package holiday and a LTA? The : Package Travel and Linked Travel Arrangements Regulations 2018 (S.I. 2018/634) (“the PTR 2018”) implement the EU Package ...
EU reciprocal healthcare arrangements: Brexit guidance
After Brexit the Government intends to implement a new, unified immigration system for all those who come to the UK, including EU/EEA nationals. The proposals for the immigration system are set out in . The UK’s future skills-based immigration system (HM Government, December 2018), which indicates that EU/EEA nationals applying for a Tier 2 visa would have to pay the Immigration Health ...
Brexit reading list: defence and security
Brexit, European Conservatives and Reformists, April 2018 Ministry of Defence: Acquisition and support of defence equipment, Twenty-Eighth Report of Session 2017–19, Committee of Public Accounts, HC 724, 23 March 2018 . Daniel Keohane, EU-NATO Alignment After Brexit, Carnegie Europe, 22 March 2018 Edited by Susi Dennison, Keeping Europe safe after Brexit, European Council on Foreign ...
Brexit & the EU Archives - House of Lords Library
Brexit: Replacing EU funding in Wales. Thursday, 25 February, 2021. This article looks at the Government’s commitments to replace EU development funding in Wales, which has ceased because of Brexit. An oral question on the subject is due to be asked in the House of Lords on 3 March 2021. In Focus; Brexit & the EU; Devolution; Local Government