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The Law & Politics of Brexit: Volume III: The Framework of New EU-UK Relations

Federico Fabbrini

Abstract

This book highlights the framework of new EU-UK relationships, which confirms that Brexit continues to be driven by law and politics. It details how the UK political desires to assert sovereignty and EU legal constraints on what could be agreed shaped the negotiation from the Withdrawal Agreement (WA) to the Trade and Cooperation Agreement (TCA).

Keywords: EU-UK relations, Brexit, WA, TCA, Covid-19, pandemic, UK exit, UK political desires

Bibliographic Information

Print publication date: 2021 Print ISBN-13: 9780192848468
Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: October 2021 DOI:10.1093/oso/9780192848468.001.0001

Authors

Affiliations are at time of print publication.

Federico Fabbrini, editor
Full Professor of EU Law and Founding Director of Brexit Institute, Dublin City University

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1 Introduction

Federico Fabbrini

Part I The Context

4 Brexit and the Northern Ireland Peace Process

Eileen Connolly and John Doyle

Part II The Framework of New EU-UK Relations: Economic Aspects

5 Trade in Goods and Level Playing Field

Paola Mariani and Giorgio Sacerdoti

6 Financial Services

Niamh Moloney

7 Mobility of Persons

Catherine Barnard and Emilija Leinarte

Part III The Framework of New EU-UK Relations: Security Aspects

10 Data Protection

Edoardo Celeste

Part IV The Prospects

End Matter