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13 results for: brexit
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Chancellor  Kwasi Kwarteng "mini" budget has been revealed...but "the announcements made were anything but mini", our tax expert Miranda...
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The Council of the European Union has approved the EU’s accession to the Hague Convention on the Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign...
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The FT has reported on a draft set of recommendations, prepared by Mark Austin, chair of the UK Secondary Capital Raising Review, to...
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The MHRA has now published the Department for Health and Social Care (DHSC) response to the public consultation on future changes to the...
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Here is my off-the-cuff reaction to the UK government's briefing note on a bill announced in this afternoon's Queen's speech: the Genetic...
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It’s almost been a complete year now since the UK’s continued membership of the Horizon programme was agreed in December 2020 under the...
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Horizon Europe is Europe’s flagship R&D funding programme and, with a budget of EUR 95-billion, is the largest transnational research...
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Despite having submitted its application 15 months ago, it is still not known whether the UK will be permitted to accede to the Lugano...
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As part of its plans in the area of judicial cooperation in civil matters post-Brexit, the UK applied to join the Lugano Convention on...
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As 2020 drew to a close, so too did the application in the UK of the Brussels Recast Regulation and Lugano Convention on jurisdiction and...
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In its recent report on "UK Regulation after Brexit", the academic think tank UK in a Changing Europe has warned that divergence from EU...
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The European Commission has announced that it has started the procedure for an Adequacy Decision to be made for the United Kingdom, in...