Explainers The law

Brexit and the law

Dr Alan Renwick
What happens if we vote for Brexit?

2016 looks likely to be the year in which voters get to decide whether the UK will…

Dr Alan Renwick
Professor Steve Peers
Britain’s new deal with Europe explained by EU law expert

Proposals on the UK’s future relationship with the European Union have given British voters a first indication…

Professor Steve Peers
Professor Damian Chalmers
The Court of Justice

The Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) is the European Union’s court.  It is a…

Professor Damian Chalmers
Various
A three minute guide on democracy and sovereignty

Introduction Much of the referendum campaign has focused on the practical consequences of the UK leaving the…

Various
Professor Catherine Barnard
To EEA or not to EEA?

One of the key issues which the Prime Minister must set out in her Brexit plans will…

Professor Catherine Barnard
Professor Catherine Barnard
Factsheet: the EU Withdrawal Bill

Background It was always going to be the case that when the UK voted to leave the…

Professor Catherine Barnard
Professor Catherine Barnard
Factsheet: the Article 50 process

Background Since the Lisbon Treaty came into force in 2009, the EU has had a formal procedure…

Professor Catherine Barnard
Professor Catherine Barnard
Article 218, the new Article 50

When she triggered Article 50, the Prime Minster said in her letter to Donald Tusk, the President…

Professor Catherine Barnard

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