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A recap on Brexit: what do we know so far?

Today marks twelve days since the UK voted to leave the European Union.  We examine below what we have learnt about what lies ahead, as the dust is settling in Brussels and in Westminster.

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EU Referendum: English High Court refuses British expats' application for judicial review of "15 year rule"

The High Court has rejected a legal challenge to legislation excluding British citizens who have lived abroad for more than 15 years from voting in the EU Referendum. The British expat...

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Brexit and human rights – does Theresa May have a point?

One of the surprises in Theresa May's comments yesterday was the distinction she drew between the European Union and the European Convention on Human Rights – making clear that, in her...

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The EU Referendum: Comply with the campaigning rules

What's the issue? Statutory restrictions on referendum campaign spending come into effect on Friday, 15 April 2016. Whether or not your business has taken, or intends to take, a public...

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Updated Merger Filing Rules in COMESA

The Council of Ministers of the Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa ("COMESA") has adopted an amendment to the COMESA Competition Rules on the Determination of Merger Notification ...

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Solar energy businesses entitled to compensation arising from ministerial proposal to curtail incentives

Breyer Group Plc and others v Department of Energy and Climate Change   In a recent decision, the High Court (Coulson J) found that a number of businesses were entitled to damages caused...

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Lord Chancellor's consultation on criminal legal aid "so unfair as to result in illegality"

The Administrative Court, in a judgment handed down last Friday, has set back Government plans to cut criminal legal aid. In this recent challenge by the Criminal Law Solicitors'...

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A listening Government? Justice Secretary backs down on changes to judicial review rules on standing, but stands firm on procedural defects

The Ministry of Justice has released its response to the consultation on the latest proposals for judicial review reform.  Although it has backed down on a number of controversial...

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Judicial Review under review again

The Lord Chancellor, Chris Grayling, has launched a public consultation on further proposals to reform the judicial review system.  These proposals are the latest in an increasingly lengthy ...

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