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    How will Brexit impact Public Procurement in the UK?

    On 5 September 2018, the House of Commons issued a 17 page Briefing Paper discussing the impact of Brexit on the UK public procurement sector. A brief summary of the findings is set out below.

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    Brexit: Shipping and Ports

    Dr Vincent Power, Partner and Head of A&L Goodbody's EU, Competition & Procurement Group discusses the likely impact of Brexit on shipping and ports.

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    UK’s No-Deal Brexit Papers: The First Instalment

    On 23 August 2018, the UK Government published 25 papers advising on some of the implications of a no-deal Brexit.

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    Brexit Talks Update

    As schools prepare to re-open across Europe, both EU and UK politicians have a lot of homework to do to pass the Brexit exams scheduled for next year….

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    The latest on Brexit employment law

    In a white paper issued last week by the UK Government the post-Brexit status of the UK's employment legislation derived from European Union law appears to be no longer in doubt. Despite a high degree of speculation about proposed changes since the referendum outcome, the paper indicates no intention to repeal or amend employment or equality law.

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    Cheers! Ireland gets sweet deal on state aid

    The European Commission has approved, under the State Aid rules, Ireland's proposed "sugar tax" on sweetened water-based and juice-based beverages

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    Brexit: EU Publishes a Draft Withdrawal Agreement

    Today, at 1 o’clock Brussels time, the European Commission published a draft Withdrawal Brexit Agreement.

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    Brexit and Cross-Border Shopping: No Off the Shelf Brexit Solution in Store

    Vincent Power looks at Brexit and cross-border shopping

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    Brexit and Irish State Aid

    Dr Vincent Power, Partner, A&L Goodbody wrote a short article in Public Affairs Ireland on whether Ireland should liberalise its State aid laws because of Brexit.

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    The Implications of Brexit for Competition Law – An Irish Perspective

    A look at the economic and legal effect of Brexit on EU competition law in Ireland.

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    Brexit: Important Step Forward on Long Road

    Irish politicians and diplomats did a superb job at landing a very good Phase 1 Report on the Brexit talks.

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    ‘Sufficient progress’ made on Phase 1 of the Brexit Talks

    European Commission and UK report sufficient progress made on Phase 1 of the Brexit Talks

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