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European Union (Notification of Withdrawal) Bill

A House of Commons briefing on the Bill that was launched to give MPs a vote on whether the UK should exit the EU

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Brexit: how does the Article 50 process work?

A House of Commons briefing on use of the Article 50 process to withdraw from the EU

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Brexit: options for trade

A House of Lords report exploring the UK's options for trade and trade agreements following Brexit

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Brexit: environment and climate change

A House of Lords report outlining some possible impacts of Brexit on environmental law and climate change action.

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Safeguarding the environment after Brexit

A report by Caroline Lucas about environmental protection challenges the UK will need to face following Brexit

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An early analysis of TiSA by Public Services International

The idea for TISA originated with trade think tanks and lobbyists for corporations unhappy with the pace of services negotiations at the WTO

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TiSA - Bad News for Communities and Workers

A report by the ITUC exploring how lobbyists from multinationals have inside access while elected representatives in parliaments are kept in the dark

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All About TiSA: What you didn’t know about the Trade in Services Agreement

TiSA participants are missing five of the largest developing countries – Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa

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European parliament report on TiSA

This paper will firstly try to explain the economic stakes involved in services liberalisation, both globally and for the EU

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Corporate Europe Observatory report on ISDS in TTIP

The analysis in this report shows that the rhetoric about the problems with ISDS having been solved by the proposed ICS is nothing but a fairytale.

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