Ping-Pong Brexit-Bill “We call it ping-pong, you can imagine why, backwards and forwards of the Bill, but I expect that to be resolved in good time before the end of March.” Is David Davis expressing an optimistic view? The Conservatives
White Paper #1 The Government last week launched its White Paper setting out its plans to leave the EU. The document is long on aspiration but can it be delivered? Aside from the rhetoric, the takeaways were as follows:
Nigel Almond, Head of EMEA Capital Markets Research, analyses the effect of Brexit on investment deals.
Since the vote to leave the EU was announced on 24 June, we have been tracking the progress of approximately £14bn worth of assets
Brexit Bill Parliament has spent the past 48 hours debating the European Union (Notification of Withdrawal) Bill, which if enacted will result in the invocation of Article 50. Whilst the vote (imminent at the time of writing) will almost
Supremely Pointless In line with expectations, the Supreme Court has upheld the ruling that Parliament must vote on the issue before invoking Article 50. What does this mean? Substantially, very little. It feels inconceivable that Parliament will vote against