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With the litigation on UK exit charges seemingly set to continue, Ben Elliott (Pump Court Tax Chambers) examines the impact of a recent CJEU decision.
There is no doubt that, if implemented, the Bill would mean that the UK would not be complying with the Withdrawal Agreement, writes George Peretz QC (Monckton Chambers).
Rupert Shiers and Adam Parry (Hogan Lovells) evaluate the scope of the new statutory gateway in the European Union (Withdrawal) Act 2018.
This month’s guide to the VAT developments that matter, by Bryn Reynolds and Gary Barnett (Simmons & Simmons).
Timothy Lyons QC (39 Essex Chambers) provides some initial analysis of the UK/EU trade and cooperation agreement that will create a new world for customs and tax professionals.
Lewin Higgins-Green (FTI Consulting) considers the situation for internationally mobile employees between the UK and the EU, which is likely to become more complicated after the end of the transition period.
Ashley Greenbank (Macfarlanes) explains the mechanism by which the Brexit legislation incorporates EU derived law into UK domestic law at the end of the transition period.
George Peretz QC (Monckton Chambers) discusses the legal issues over the government’s decision to ask Parliament for express powers to breach international law.
Timothy Lyons QC (39 Essex Chambers) discusses the main areas of difficulty which will be facing the negotiators in the coming months.
The challenges are yet to come, writes Richard Asquith (Avalara).