BREXIT: THE LEGAL, POLITICAL AND SOCIAL FALLOUT CONTINUES

Anne McNaughton, Annmarie Elijah, James Cameron, Ben Wellings

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    Abstract

    Since our last Brexit instalment (LSJ, August 2016, p70), there has been a UK court challenge concerning the way in which the Government gives effect to its obligations under Article 50 of the Treaty on European Union ('TEU'); the question of whether the UK might remain in the internal market for goods, services and capital, but nothing else, has been answered; the question of Scottish independence has resurfaced, not that it ever truly went away, and the UK has begun courting other countries to discuss negotiating trade agreements once it leaves the EU.
    Original languageEnglish
    Pages (from-to)71-73pp
    JournalLaw Society of NSW journal
    Volume31
    Issue numberMarch
    Publication statusPublished - 2017

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