Shadow Spokesperson for Exiting the European Union Baroness Dianne Hayter writes about Labour Lords' strategy for improving the Article 50 Bill.
The House of Lords may be in no mood to threaten the bill as a whole; but the chance of amendment is strong, says Liberal Democrat peer, Lord Teverson.
Speaking to PoliticsHome, the British Veterinary Association’s president explained the challenges and opportunities which leaving the European Union could provide.
To survive in the post-Brexit global economy, we need to strengthen and develop our trading relationships around the world and where better to start than with Canada asks John Spellar MP.
Baroness Scott urges the Government to work closely with the disability sector during Brexit negotiations, "so that they really understand the potential impact of the choices they make."
What the future may hold for Plant Protection Products (PPPs) in the UK is explored in the latest edition of AHDB’s Horizon reports.
As Parliament prepares to pore over what might be the shortest piece of legislation in recent memory, the European Union (Notification of Withdrawal) Bill, Dods Monitoring consultant Daniel Laing looks ahead to the prospect of the Great Repeal Bill considering if it will give MPs a chance to hold the Government to account as the Brexit process continues.
We have moved on from the vague concept of 'hard' or 'soft' Brexit to a much clearer goal: a constitutional Brexit, says Dr Sue Prince and Dr Kubo Mačák of the University of Exeter Law School.
Karen Briggs, Head of Brexit at KPMG comments on today's Industrial Strategy announcement.
Government must safeguard the creative economies during Brexit says Lord Clement Jones, Lib Dem Spokesperson for the Digital Economy.
The Prime Minister Theresa May has outlined her plans for the UK’s exit from the European Union in a major speech this week.
Mats Persson, EY’s head of international trade, comments on negotiation principles set out in Brexit speech.
Support for Brexit has increased since June for over 50s, a new poll conducted by Saga has revealed.
Commenting on the report published today by the Environmental Audit Committee, R&WUK, the partnership between CIWM and ESA, says the recommendations highlight serious issues that have implications right across the environmental agenda.
The British Veterinary Association (BVA) and BVA specialist divisions have extended New Year’s greetings to colleagues across the profession in the languages of the 27 member states of the European Union in an open letter published on the BVA website today at this address.
EY publishes update on their annual UK Attractiveness Survey, to gauge international investor sentiment, post EU Referendum
Lib Dem peer Lord Roberts of Llandudno writes about his question in the House of Lords today on: 'Protection of EU citizenship status of UK citizens born after 1 January 1973'.
The Government must put the public interest at the heart of its Brexit strategy, the Bar Council has warned as it publishes The Brexit Papers, produced to help ministers and civil servants pin point the most pressing legal concerns arising from the UK’s withdrawal from the EU.
Writing ahead of today's Opposition Day Debate on the terms of Brexit, Labour MP Pat McFadden says both Remain and Leave voters have an interest in MPs scrutinising the Government's plans.
Dr Sue Prince & Dr Kubo Mačák who teach constitutional law at the University of Exeter, set the context for the Supreme Court case this week which they describe as 'the most important constitutional case of our generation'.
In the first of a series of upcoming articles analysing the impact of Brexit on the Natural Environment, Dods Monitoring’s Environment Consultant Ben Rayner assesses if Brexit will provide a golden opportunity to revolutionise animal welfare.
The Bar Council has warned that the UK economy and London’s position as the leading centre for dispute resolution will suffer if Brexit negotiations do not ensure that UK court judgments are enforceable in EU Member States, once Britain leaves the European Union.
Faversham and Mid Kent MP Helen Whately calls on the Government to introduce a new Seasonal Agricultural Workers Scheme [SAWS] after the previous one was abolished in 2013 or face seeing many British farmers going out of business.
Former Chair of the House of Lords EU Energy & Environment Sub Committee writes following a debate this week on the Committee's recent report 'Responding to price volatility: creating a more resilient agricultural sector'.