The Civil Litigation Brief website has numerous articles on Brexit: The Legal Consequences. Several subject areas are addressed including Article 50 and legal arguments about the process of Brexit.
28th June 2016
- The UK Constitutional Law Association Brexit, the Referendum and the UK Parliament: Some questions about Sovereignty.
- Legal Business The referendum now poses a serious threat to Parliamentary Sovereignty.
- BigLaw Newsline – Article 50: Can The EU Force the Pace of Brexit?
- Opinion Jurist – Avoiding a Rush to the Exit – Article 50 and the UK’s withdrawal from the UK.
- Oxford Commercial Law Blog – Brexit Negotiation Games
- Obiter J – Is it Brexit (3) – The role of Parliament under Article 50
- The European Parliament Briefing: Article 50 TEU: Withdrawal of a member state from the EU
- Jack of Kent Blog – Where are we now with Article 50: “decision”, “notify”, and devolution issues.
- The UK Constitutional Law Association: Pulling the Article 50 “Trigger”: Parliament’s Indispensable Role
- Geoffrey Robertson How to stop Brexit: get your MP to vote it down.
- Head of Legal on Article 50, and UK constitutional law.
UK Constitutional Law blog - Sionaidh Douglas-Scott - Brexit, the referendum and the UK Parliament: some questions about sovereignty
UK Constitutional Law blog - Jo Murkens - Brexit: The devolution dimension - this article forcefully argues that Article 50 should not be triggered at all because the nations of the United Kingdom were divided (2:2).