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25 February - Lisa Parsons

With the Government’s announcement of its new points-based system for EU workers comes a strong degree of anxiety – for individuals and businesses alike, and particularly the care and hospitality... Read More

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24 February - Bruce Potter

There may have been a few sore heads on 1 February this year, but the reality is the time at which we left the EU on 31 January probably passed... Read More

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31 January - Simon Stokes

Before Christmas there was a lot of talk about preparing for a no deal Brexit. For data protection the implications of a no deal Brexit are significant – data has... Read More

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30 January - Amy Fullerton

The UK leaves the EU tomorrow, 31 January 2020, but what happens now and what does it mean for those embroiled in Family Law disputes? We look at what Brexit... Read More

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22 October - Edward McMullen

Whether there is to be a no-deal exit from the EU or an agreement providing for exit over an extended transition period, there is no doubt that leaving the EU... Read More

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22 October - Penny Rinta-Suksi

Whether the UK crashes out of the EU without a deal or is able to reach a withdrawal agreement for Brexit to take affect over a defined transition period, Brexit... Read More

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11 October - Debra Gers

EU nationals living and working in the UK are increasingly anxious about what the future holds. There has been an unlawful suspension of Parliament, the so-called Benn Act requires the... Read More

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10 October - Ben Evans

As we near 31 October 2019 and the prospect of a No Deal Brexit we revisit the subject of intellectual property and the impact a No Deal Brexit will have... Read More

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All organisations that process information about identifiable individuals (personal data) must ensure that their operations can continue lawfully after Brexit. In this guide, our expert data protection team outline potential issues... Read More

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9 April - Bruce Potter

Brexit preparation while sailing unchartered political waters The view from Bruce Potter, Chairman of Blake Morgan. Amidst the sound and fury of a full scale leadership challenge inside the Conservative... Read More

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28 March - Katie James

With "Brexit Day", 29 March 2019, drawing immediately close without any sign of deal, we take a look at what a no-deal Brexit would mean for insolvency practitioners. The EU... Read More

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13 March - Bruce Potter

At a time when we need less drama, this week in parliament has sometimes risked farce.  So the Spring Statement gave the Chancellor the opportunity to play the straight man... Read More