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UK government publishes updated Online Safety Bill

On 17 March 2022, the UK Government introduced the Online Safety Bill to Parliament. The Online Safety Bill will regulate providers of: services which host user-generated content...


JR Back in Vogue? Judicial Review under the NSI, SCB and OSB

Judicial review is the mechanism by which the Courts review the lawfulness of a decision taken by a public body. In the past few years1 the Government has expressed reservations...


Stubbing out duty free: understanding, engaging with and challenging UK Government decisions

Following Brexit, the UK Government has been exercising its new-found sovereignty by entering into international treaties. Many of these treaties concern the UK’s trading...


The latest view: Enforcement of judgements in a post-Brexit world

On 31 December 2020 the Brexit Transition Period ended. Although the UK and EU have agreed some elements of their future trading relationship in the EU-UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement,...

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Beyond Brexit transition series

As Brexit comes to a head with the possibility of a deal within touching distance, on our Brexit hub you’ll find updates from our lawyers on key issue that will continue to be high on ...


Midyear review 2020 – is politics becoming front and centre in public law cases?
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Despite the many challenges facing lawyers and the courts during the COVID-19 crisis, 2020 has seen a number of ground-breaking judgments on a whole gamut of other public law issues from...


House of Lords Committee critical of “unacceptably wide” powers in the Withdrawal Bill
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The House of Lords Delegated Powers and Regulatory Reform Committee has published a report on the European Union (Withdrawal) Bill. The report focuses on the Bill's provisions for...

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