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House of Lords Committee critical of "unacceptably wide" powers in the Withdrawal Bill

4 October 2017

By Julia Marlow, Telha Arshad and Louis Biggs

The House of Lords Delegated Powers and Regulatory Reform Committee has published a report on the European Union (Withdrawal) Bill. The report focuses on the Bill's provisions for secondary legislation and warns against giving Ministers “unfettered discretion” and “excessively wide legislative powers”. In particular, the Report criticises the scope of powers granted by clauses 7-9 and 17 of the Bill, which were discussed in our previous blog.

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The Government’s new-found commitment to a Brexit transition means the stage is set for an EU-UK agreement on financial services

29 September 2017

By Rachel Kent 

Both the EU and the UK have, in their own ways, expressed the desire to secure future arrangements for free trade in financial services.

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EMA relocation - A public health crisis ahead?

29 September 2017

By Dr. Tanja Eisenblätter

EMA employees are taking precautions to avoid relocating to cities they consider less attractive, according to the results of a recent staff retention survey.

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Hogan Lovells Host Successful Launch Of Cobcoe's Brexit - The Voices Of European Business Report

27 September 2017

By Charles Brasted and Andrew Eaton

100 business leaders. 27 roundtables. 18 economies of the EU27.  One central conclusion: Politicians are not listening to the concerns and priorities of European business. That was the consensus at the launch of an important and timely report by the Council of British Chambers of Commerce in Europe (COBCOE): Brexit – the Voices of European Business, hosted by Hogan Lovells on Monday 25 September 2017. 

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