Blackberries, Baking and Brexit

Fruit is one of my favourite things about summer, and as a keen baker, I can safely say that there’s nothing quite like local, home-grown berries for enhancing a cake. But could Brexit be threatening to take away even these simple pleasures? Original source: https://www.kingsleynapley.co.uk/insights/blogs/brexit-blog/blackberries-baking-and-brexit

Brexit will allow us to have lower, fairer and simpler taxes

Leaving the EU offers a real opportunity to make our economy more vibrant and increase Britain’s economic growth rate. We should make the most of the economic opportunity by modernising our tax system so it works for Britain, not big business tax avoiders. A system of lower, fairer, simpler taxes will enable us to be … Read moreBrexit will allow us to have lower, fairer and simpler taxes

Gender equality: Adrift in the Brexit backwash

What is at stake for gender equality as we approach Brexit?  Over the years, European legislation has provided a number of important standards based on the principle of gender equality. In this blog, Julie MacLeavy (University of Bristol) writes that leaving the EU constitutes a risk to gender equality as the UK has no comparable … Read moreGender equality: Adrift in the Brexit backwash

Holiday home/Retirement planning: will Brexit wreck it?

As the summer holiday season approaches, those of you lucky enough to have property abroad may be preparing to decamp to your rural idylls in Tuscany, Provence or Southern Spain. Football fans aside I’m also told Croatia is an increasingly popular holiday home destination? Original source: https://www.kingsleynapley.co.uk/insights/blogs/brexit-blog/holiday-home-retirement-planning-will-brexit-wreck-it

The Brexit White Paper proposes a win-win path for financial services

Theresa May’s Brexit White Paper has many controversial elements but the plan for financial services is broadly right. There may be adjustments to be made elsewhere, but the UK should avoid the proposals for services being caught up in a re-vamp of the approach on goods. The White Paper aims to enhance the EU’s (and … Read moreThe Brexit White Paper proposes a win-win path for financial services

James Segan: The European Union (Withdrawal) Act 2018: Ten Key Implications for UK Law and Lawyers

On 26 June 2018, after nearly a year of deliberation by Parliament, the European Union (Withdrawal) Act 2018 (the “Act”) received royal assent. It is a statute of profound importance to the legal systems of the UK. This post seeks briefly to summarise the purpose and architecture of the Act and to outline ten key … Read moreJames Segan: The European Union (Withdrawal) Act 2018: Ten Key Implications for UK Law and Lawyers

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