The UK's domestic agenda - readying UK law for Brexit

Infographic depicting the UK's current domestic legal framework and what will need to change post-Brexit. Leaving the EU will require the most comprehensive re-writing of the UK's statute book ever undertaken by the UK. 

Infographic depicting the UK's current domestic legal framework and what will need to change post-Brexit. Leaving the EU will require the most comprehensive re-writing of the UK's statute book ever undertaken by the UK. Parliament must unpick over 40 years of integration between the UK and EU legal systems and ensure that no gaps are left in the process.

The Government’s proposed solution, the Repeal Bill, will need to re­flect the outcome of the EU/UK negotiations and ensure legal certainty for UK citizens and businesses.

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EU Withdrawal Bill

Is your business prepared for the 'storm' of secondary legislation needed to get UK law ready for Brexit?

The UK Government's proposed EU Withdrawal Bill, expected to be enacted around June 2018, is designed to address this challenge by transposing all EU law in force on Brexit day into UK law.  The intention is this will ensure continuity and legal certainty on day one and avoid undue disruption as the UK leaves the EU.