With 494 MPs voting through the draft Brexit Bill last week, thoughts are no doubt turning to the reality of Brexit post March 2017.
The problem of Brexit harassment
Since Brexit we have seen a worrying increase in reports of race-related harassment occurring. It may be that this is a by-product of more…
Discrimination law after Brexit
Brexit, theoretically at least, allows a Government to consider removing or modifying equality legislation currently in force in the UK.
Brexit: divorce talks begin
Almost one year post referendum, the UK Government has begun the eagerly awaited Brexit talks with the EU. Within the first two days, David Davis has agreed to deal with the “divorce” talks up front, irrespective of his longstanding position that…
Brexit – What will it mean for Environmental Regulation?
With DEFRA refusing to confirm or deny whether the impact of Brexit is something they are looking at, what would Brexit mean for environmental regulation?
What effect will Brexit have on immigration?
Changes to immigration laws are likely to be one of the most significant consequences of Brexit for UK employers, especially those who rely on EU workers.
Brexit in a page: what do I need to know?
A look at the latest developments with Brexit, as negotiations with the European Union continue.
Brexit alert: Will Brexit negotiations accelerate or remain stagnated?
Following the “stalemate” situation described by Michel Barnier last week, Theresa May met with EU officials yesterday evening in an attempt to bring some resolution to the issues, ahead of the EU summit beginning later this week.
Brexit unveiled - Theresa May reveals negotiation plans for Brexit
The Prime Minister, Theresa May, has delivered her long awaited speech detailing the government’s vision and negotiation strategy for the UK’s exit from Europe.
Brexit bill clears second reading
At around 12.30am today, Parliament, following a second reading of the European Union (Withdrawal) Bill, backed it by a majority vote of 36.