Single Market Justice have released a briefing on The EEA Agreement: What is it & how does it relate to Brexit? With questions and answers on topics from What is the EEA Agreement to where are we now with the EEA post-referendum and the Parliamentary votes that have followed? This document has been prepared by […]
Ahead of today‘s commencement of a Judicial Review of the Government’s position on the “single market” (the European Economic Area), and its proposal to remove us from the single market without a Parliamentary vote, Single Market Justice have prepared a full briefing of proceedings. Download our full briefing here >>> Speaking ahead of today’s proceedings […]
On 23rd June 2016, Peter voted Remain and Adrian voted Leave (see his video here). In this video, Peter explains why Parliament should vote to decide whether we stay in the Single Market or not – regardless of leaving the EU.
On 23rd June 2016, Adrian voted Leave. In this video, Adrian explains that he didn’t vote to leave the EU only to give the Government a blank cheque in negotiations. He voted to make the UK’s Parliament sovereign, and that means giving it a vote on the single market.
Prime Minister Theresa May is set to deliver a Brexit speech tomorrow outlining her plans for Britain to leave the Single Market. Hard Brexit, it seems, is just around the corner. We can still stop this. Membership of the Single Market Treaty wasn’t on the ballot paper because Parliament did not intend it to be. […]
Single Market Justice’s Adrian Yalland appeared on The Week with Jonny Gould, on talkRADIO yesterday. Listen back (17.00-17.30) to Adrian’s case for keeping Britain in the Single Market, and why the referendum on leaving the EU did not include leaving the EEA. Listen here >>> Leave Campaigners: Join Our Campaign On 23rd June 2016, Adrian […]
1. The “EEA” (or as it is better known “the single market”) is not the same as the EU. It is not an EU institution, nor is it governed by the EU. Its policies are decided by a joint EU/EFTA council, policy disputes decided by the ECJ and trade disputes decided by the EFTA Court. […]
By Joshua Rozenberg QC originally published on Facebook The High Court has ordered an urgent hearing in the “Article 127” case that I discussed here last month: https://www.facebook.com/JoshuaRozenbergQC/posts/239852969769960 An application for permission to seek judicial review was lodged on 29 December. Having heard from one side only, Mr Justice Knowles refused the claimants permission a day later. […]
Four anonymous claimants allege that separate parliamentary approval is needed to quit the European Economic Area by Owen Bowcott, originally published in The Guardian A fresh set of legal challenges asserting that the UK will remain within the single market and the European Economic Area after Brexit have been lodged at the high court. A […]