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Rebordering Britain & Britons after Brexit

Agreeing to Disagree: The European Union and the United Kingdom after Brexit


Brexit – Withdrawal Agreement – Article 50 TEU – Negotiations – Legal character of agreement – Transition period – ‘New legal order’ – ‘Due regard’ – ECJ jurisdiction – Governance – Enforcement and supervision – Dispute settlement – Future relations

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