This week, the UK Government announced a new subsidy control system that will provide financial aid to UK businesses following Brexit. Contrary to the rhetoric, under the EU's State aid regime, … [Read more...] about UK Government launches new subsidy control system to support UK businesses after Brexit
Post Brexit, the UK is finding its feet as it develops an international trade policy. No more can the UK hide behind and blame the EU for tariffs and trade barriers. And as any British … [Read more...] about The future of global trade means acting on increased global protectionism
Over the course of six days in this past two weeks, the Divisional Court of England and Wales and the Inner House of the Court of Session of Scotland considered two very similar cases. The cases … [Read more...] about Carts and horses: The Key Differences between the Decisions on Prorogation
The Withdrawal Agreement sets out the terms on which the UK will leave the EU. Since the Brexit process began, the content of the Withdrawal Agreement has been closely scrutinised and criticised both … [Read more...] about The Brexit Withdrawal Agreement deconstructed
The political slogan coined by Theresa May 'No deal is better than a bad deal' has taken hold in discussions on Brexit. Although this option was not aired during the EU referendum campaign, it now has … [Read more...] about What does no deal Brexit mean?
Article XXIV (also referred to as Article 24) of the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT) recently came into focus when Conservative Party leadership candidate and potential future UK Prime … [Read more...] about GATT Article XXIV (Article 24) under the spotlight