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British Prime Minister Theresa May has finally set out the UK’s strategy for future trade relations with the European Union following the UK’s exit from the EU – which is expected to take place in April 2019.
After months of speculation on what Brexit means, a rush of information has finally come forward. British Prime Minister, Theresa May, has made a number of statements which are providing much needed clarity on the position of the United Kingdom. Very importantly she has restated the intention to trigger the Article 50 process in March of 2017.
The European Commission has outlined its vision for facilitating the transfer of personal data from the EU to other jurisdictions by seeking to agree specific transfer agreements with those countries or even specific industries based there.
After four voting rounds and nearly twelve hours of debates, speeches, and backdoor deals, Italian MEP Antonio Tajani, the European People’s Party candidate, clinched the top position of President of the European Parliament by beating Socialist contender Gianni Pittella.
Malta assumed the Presidency of the Council of the EU in January, a position which the Maltese government will preside over for the first time since joining the European Union. The rotating Presidency, which changes every six months, sets the agenda, determines the pace of work on current political files, and chairs a host of Council working groups and ministerial meetings at EU level.
With fewer beds than in the 1980s and the worst access to public hospitals within the EU, Irish healthcare needs a dramatic shake-up
“The Supreme Court considers that the terms of the ECA, which gave effect to the UK’s membership of the EU, are inconsistent with the exercise by ministers of any power to withdraw from the EU Treaties without authorisation by a prior Act of Parliament.” – Lord Neuberger