Brexit – a View from Continental Europe

By | Brexit Legal | April 26, 2016

As described in the previous blog existing domestic legislation in the remaining 27 Member States of the EU (“EU 27”) would need to be reconsidered by domestic legislators and be amended, depending on both domestic needs and any requirements arising under the negotiations between the UK and the remaining EU27 Member States.

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Brexit and Human Rights – Does Theresa May Have a Point?

One of the surprises in Theresa May’s comments yesterday was the distinction she drew between the European Union and the European Convention on Human Rights – making clear that, in her view, it was the latter that was the greater cause for concern in the sphere of national security. All too often, no such distinction is drawn.

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