Brexit Information Hub

The transition period for the UK’s exit from the European Union ended on 31 December 2020, and the UK now enters a new era outside of the EU. The deal made between the UK and EU, including the Trade and Co-operation Agreement agreed on 24 December, will have far reaching consequences for individuals and organisations, whether or not they directly work with Europe. The UK has implemented the deal agreed with the EU, into domestic law, in the form of the European Union (Future Relationship) Act 2020. This builds on changes implemented via the earlier European Union (Withdrawal Agreement) Act 2020 and its 2018 predecessor. It is also important to note that a raft of Brexit-related statutory instruments has been passed and more continue to be passed. These relate mostly to industry-specific changes, or changes in particular areas of law, resulting from the UK’s exit from the EU.

This information hub has been put together by our specialists to support and assist in building a better understanding of what the arrangements mean for you. Our briefing notes below highlight key Brexit-related changes that may be of particular relevance to our clients. We also regularly post articles and news relating to this ever-changing area, and you will find easy access to all Brexit-related articles posted on our website, via the links at the bottom of this page.


Key considerations for public authorities at the end of the Brexit transition period:

Changes to existing and future contracts

The impact on contractors and supply chains

The impact on costs of imported goods and materials

The needs of EU citizens in your workforce

The use and processing of personal data

New public procurement notice requirements

The new subsidy control regime

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Briefing Notes

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