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.
The end result of the Great Repeal Bill should be retention, not dilution of animal welfare standards says Theresa Villiers MP.
Karen Briggs, Head of Brexit at KPMG comments on today's Industrial Strategy announcement.
Speaking to PoliticsHome, Lawrence Finkle of the Chartered Insurance Institute shares the insurance industry’s concerns following worrying member survey results.
SNP MP Ronnie Cowan argues that the Government's Brexit rhetoric is that of a 'man hanging onto a dream which is rapidly becoming a nightmare.'
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.
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.
Welsh Conservative MP Chris Davies writes ahead of his Westminster Hall debate today on tree planting in the UK.
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'.
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.
'This will be a long drawn out process and it is important to stress that hauliers will not get an immediate pay-out; indeed there is no guarantee of any pay-out at all. However it would appear that based on the high level of evidence already received that the prospects for compensation look encouraging.' says RHA Chief Executive, Richard Burnet.
Chairman of the Bar Council, Chantal-Aimée Doerries QC, has today highlighted the vital role of the judiciary in upholding the rule of law following yesterday’s High Court judgment on Article 50.
Chairman of the Bar, Chantal-Aimée Doerries QC today attended a roundtable on Brexit negotiations hosted by Rt Hon David Davis MP, Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union, with UK professional and business services leaders.
Former Conservative MEP Stanley Johnson, Co-Chairman of Environmentalists for Europe, writes about how the UK will maintain environmental standards once it has formally left the European Union.
Ahead of his debate on funding for Wales after Brexit, Labour MP Stephen Kinnock lays out his demands for the Government.
Former Conservative minister John Penrose writes for PoliticsHome lays out the opportunities for the UK following Brexit.
The Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons and the British Veterinary Association have written to Theresa May to set out their concerns about Brexit
Richard Beresford, chief executive of the National Federation of Builders (NFB), explains why the Government should take more time before triggering Article 50 and start negotiations to leave the European Union.
Welsh Labour MP Madeleine Moon MP writes ahead of her debate today on ‘Policies, strategies and funding for environmental protection’ in light of the EU referendum.
Responding to the report by Oliver Wyman and The City UK on the impact of Brexit on the financial sector, Chris Cummings, Chief Executive Officer at the Investment Association, commented: