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The UK-EU future relationship

The UK and EU have now both published their mandates for the upcoming negotiations on a UK-EU Free Trade Agreement. The visions contain some stark differences but also a lot of common ground. The question is whether in the tight timeframe available, the two sides are able to forge an ...

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International Women’s Day 2020 – Recent Activities on Gender Equality in the European Union, and in the UK Law Societies

International Women’s Day is celebrated annually on the 8 March. The campaign for this year’s International Women’s Day is #EachforEqual and the quote for 2020’s campaign is: “An equal world is an enabled world.” This article will outline the European Union and UK Law Socieities recent activities in the area ...

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Commission announces its Digital Policy Package

On 19 February, the Commission announced its Digital Policy Package which outline its ideas and goals for the digital future. The Package consists of four papers: Shaping Europe’s digital future, White Paper on Artificial Intelligence – A European approach to excellence and trust, Report on the safety and liability implications ...

European Parliament approves resolution on automated decision-making process

On Wednesday 12th February 2020 the Parliament adopted a resolution on automated decision-making processes: ensuring consumer protection and free movement of goods and services. AI is an area which has been the subject of much debate in the early part of 2020 both in Strasbourg and in Brussels.

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Canada, the most European Country oustide of Europe! - By Sam Ayoub

Canada and the EU have a long history of economic co-operation. Comprising 28 Member States with a total population of over 500 million and a GDP of €13.0 trillion in 2012, the European Union (EU) is the world’s second-largest single market, foreign investor and trader. As an integrated bloc, the ...

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