Brexit Negotiations - Dereliction of Duty to Fail to Plan for a No Deal?
Derrick Wyatt gave oral evidence on behalf of the Bar Council to the House of Commons Foreign Affairs Committee on 7 February. He addressed the disruptive effects of a 'no deal' and a 'hard Brexit'...
Brexit negotiations: what happens if there is no deal and a 'hard Brexit'?
After giving evidence at a recent hearing of the House of Commons Foreign Affairs Committee, Derrick Wyatt considers how disruptive an unplanned hard Brexit could turn out to be, and whether the EU...
Why 'Cherry Picking' is a bad description of the UK's aims in the Brexit negotiations.
Derrick Wyatt provides an account of his talk given at the European University Institute on 4 November 2016 at a Workshop on Brexit.
The Case for UK Parliamentary Oversight of the Brexit negotiations
Derrick Wyatt explains why there is a strong case for parliamentary oversight of the Brexit negotiations, based on evidence he provided to the EU Committee of the House of Lords. Read the blog post
Can the UK retain access to the single market without allowing free movement of workers: let's rephrase the question
Derrick Wyatt criticises the proposition that the single market is indivisible by pointing out overlaps between single market rights and rights which are either trade in third country agreements, or...