Latest blog articles with tag Brexit

  • brexit_LBM

    Getting serious

    30 August 2018
    The dreaded “No Deal” is becoming ever-more plausible With the summer holidays about to end, Brexit negotiations between the European Union and United Kingdom will resume in earnest. The question on everyone’s mind is simple: Will there be a deal or will the United Kingdom leave the European Union without a deal?
  • Mexican standoff_blog Prashant Brexit chaos

    Mexican standoff (part 1)

    25 June 2018
    With the date of the United Kingdom’s withdrawal fast approaching, it is becoming increasingly evident that the British government still has no clear plan, relies on wishful thinking and is running out of viable options. To prevent a complete disaster, a much more targeted salvaging operation might be required.
  • Theresa May_MLR

    Aimless, rudderless, clueless

    20 September 2017
    The United Kingdom’s Brexit strategy is increasingly being revealed for being based on wishful thinking, not facts, with devastating consequences for the upcoming talks.
  • mlcr_brexit

    Jurisdiction after Brexit: get your common law from the French court.

    21 July 2017
    by: 
    Jan Smits in Law
    One of the major achievements from European integration is the principle of mutual recognition. (Dutch only)
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