Viewing: Brexit Briefcase
This morning the Supreme Court upheld the High Court’s judgement in R (on the application of Miller and others) v Secretary of State for the Exiting of the EU  EWHC 2768 (Admin) by a majority of 8 to 3.
BWB's Simon Steeden has written a feature article in Solicitors Journal Charities & Appeals Supplement on how charities could be affected by the legal and financial uncertainty following the UK’s vote to leave the EU.
Brexit: The court’s decision – the nature of democracy and the fundamental principle of Parliamentary sovereignty >
You will be well aware by now of the judgment of the Divisional Court handed down on Thursday 3 November in R (on the application of Miller and others) v Secretary of State for the Exiting of the EU  EWHC 2768 (Admin). In its highly anticipated decision, the Court has resoundingly ruled that UK constitutional law requires the approval of Parliament before the Government can begin the formal process of leaving the EU. The constitutional and indeed political importance of this case cannot be underestimated.
Whilst the short term economic effects of the vote to leave the EU are glaringly obvious, there is still a great degree of uncertainty in respect of immigration matters. Our Immigration team highlights the practical options available to individuals.
Only three weeks after the referendum which has set in train the most profound social and political changes in decades, it is too early to say with any certainty exactly how UK charities and social enterprises will be affected. Much will depend on the details of the new UK-EU relationship post-Brexit. That charities and social enterprises will, as ever, have an important role in the changing social landscape is one of the few certainties.
It has only been two weeks since the result of the EU referendum, and already our political landscape has undergone a transformation.
The referendum decision that the United Kingdom will leave the European Union will prompt questions about the potential implications for your education institutions. It may take months or even years for the extent of the impact on your organisation to become clear and as the dust settles we want to share our reflections and understanding of this with you.
The referendum decision that the United Kingdom will leave the European Union will prompt questions about the potential implications for your education institutions. Higher education providers will be concerned about funding and free movement of staff and students.
Today’s referendum decision that the United Kingdom will leave the European Union is likely to prompt questions about the potential implications for your organisation.
BWB's Simon Steeden has written an article in the Solicitors Journal regarding charities and political campaigning.
Simon Steeden writes for the Guardian giving some points to consider now the voluntary sector faces a tough decision on whether to enter the Brexit debate.