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Why have some UK intellectuals welcomed Brexit?

Some see Brexit as a victory for populists who misled the working classes and the less well-off in society into voting against their own interests. But that is a partisan analysis. It would be wrong to conclude that there were no rational arguments to be made for Brexit. Here Derrick analyses some of them.

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Brexit: European, and worldwide IP

We publish the video of the 9th edition of the #GlobalDigitalEncounters on Brexit: European, and worldwide IP, with Prof. Alison FIRTH, Prof. Craig NARD, Prof. Alain STROWEL, and moderator Prof. Gabriele GAGLIANI.

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Brexit and Competition Law: one step back

What the TCA shows is an effort to try to ensure that the rupture affects as little as possible a system of protection of free competition, control of concentrations, and public aid.

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European Union (Future Relationship) Act 2020: implementing the EU/UK deal

Christopher Muttukumaru CB, chair of FIDE’s International Academic Council, argues that the speed of the UK’s domestic implementation of the new EU/UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement has inevitably resulted in a lack of legal certainty. Scrutiny of the UK legislation by the UK Parliament was limited to less than a day and that was regrettable. He has summarised the key points of the legislation in the article [below]. The TCA itself was the subject of two articles for FIDE by Derrick Wyatt QC.

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