Brexit Transitional Arrangements: Legal and Political Considerations

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In a report published in November 2017 Piet Eeckhout and Oliver Patel assess the options for a Brexit transitional arrangement. They argue that the most realistic option was for the full body of EU law to continue to apply in the UK, while the UK simultaneously ceased to be an EU member state - where the UK gave up its membership but accepted EU laws lock, stock and barrel

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UCL: European Unit: Brexit Insights, November 2017: Brexit Transitional Arrangements: Legal and Political Considerations
The Guardian, 20.11.17: [Opinion]: Theresa May is closer to a transitional deal than you might think
ESO: In Focus: Brexit - The United Kingdom and the European Union
Blog: EU Law Analysis, 24.09.17: Bridge over troubled legal water? Legal issues of the Brexit transition period
Blog: UCL The Constitution Unit, 23.11.17: Prolonging the acquis: a blueprint for the Brexit transition
Blog: Institute for Government, 10.10.17: Is the UK going to be ready for a Brexit no deal? (et al)
The Guardian, 23.10.17: No Brexit transition period without final EU trade deal, Theresa May tells MPs
CBI: CBI briefing on transitional arrangements, July 2017
Institute for Government: Explainers: Brexit transition
The Economist, 26.10.17: Imperfect panacea. A Brexit transition deal will be harder to reach than Britain thinks

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