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Stubbing out duty free: understanding, engaging with and challenging UK Government decisions

Following Brexit, the UK Government has been exercising its new-found sovereignty by entering into international treaties. Many of these treaties concern the UK’s trading...

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Proposed UK competition law reforms – ‘he ain’t heavy, he’s my micro-economic sibling’

In what could herald the most significant changes to the UK competition regime in 25 years, the UK Government has announced a series of proposed reforms to UK competition law...

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‘Sending out an SMS’ – UK proposes powers for regulating digital markets

The UK Government is consulting on proposed powers for the recently launched Digital Markets Unit. This is a significant juncture in the reconfiguration of the post-Brexit regulatory...

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UK publishes Online Safety Bill: a new era in digital regulation

Over 2 years since the UK Government first laid out its plans to introduce a new regulatory framework for “online harms”, the Online Safety Bill was published on 12 May 2021....

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UK National Security and Investment - now is the time to Act

The UK’s much publicised National Security and Investment Bill has now been granted Royal Assent – passing into law an Act which will significantly affect the way investments in ...

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Restoring trust in audit and corporate governance

The Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy (BEIS) recently published a consultation paper titled “Restoring trust in audit and corporate governance”,...

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UK’s Digital Markets Unit: referee has been appointed, now is your chance to help write rules of the game

The UK Government has launched the much anticipated Digital Markets Unit (DMU) as a first step towards an “unashamedly pro-competition" regime focused on the position of...

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Protect Duty: What does this new duty mean for owners and operators?
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Owners and operators of commercial properties could soon be required by law to consider the adequacy of security measures, systems and processes adopted at their sites and take steps to...

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Strengthening the defences: the new UK national security investment screening regime
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A new National Security and Investment Bill laid before the UK Parliament this week will, on enactment, significantly affect the way investments in the UK can be reviewed by the UK...

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