Brexit

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Uncertainty over Brexit is "jangling nerves" for Irish law firms, according to a new report by professional services firm Smith & Williamson. The 2018 Smith & Williamson Irish Law Firm Survey shows that most Irish law firms anticipate a strong year ahead, with revenues and profits continuing

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Former Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson is facing a private prosecution for alleged misconduct in public offence during the EU referendum campaign. Private prosecutor Marcus J Ball revealed today that he has notified Mr Johnson of his intention to bring a case against him.

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The former Advocate General for Northern Ireland has warned that Brexit risks undermining the rule of law in Northern Ireland if the UK government doesn't change course. Dominic Grieve, Attorney General for England and Wales and Advocate General for Northern Ireland from May 2010 to July 2

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The Scotland for a People’s Vote campaign has welcomed the decision of the Scottish Parliament to formally approve its “unequivocal support for a public vote on the final terms of the Brexit deal” – the first legislature in the UK to do so. Holyrood voted by 65 MSPs to 3

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Lawyers have urged Theresa May and MPs to support the People's Vote on Brexit, arguing in a letter that “democratic government is not frozen in time”. Among the signatories is Sir David Edward, a former Senator of the College of Justice and European Court of Justice judge.

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If the UK and the EU fail to agree the terms of our withdrawal from the EU prior to March 2019, we will find ourselves in a “no-deal” or “cliff edge” scenario, writes Joanna Fulton. The UK government is trying to prepare us for the worst by issuing technical notices.&nbs

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Andy Wightman and others asked the Court of Session to make a judgment that Article 50 can be revoked unilaterally and unconditionally by the UK Parliament. The Court of Session has now agreed to refer this question to the European Court of Justice (ECJ), the only court that can decide this matter a

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The notification, by the United Kingdom, of its intention to withdraw from the EU does not have the consequence that execution of a European arrest warrant issued by that member state must be refused or postponed. In the absence of substantial grounds to believe that the person who is the subject of

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