PLP’s work around Brexit is intended to ensure that Parliament is appropriately sovereign, that the executive is held to account, and that the interests of disadvantaged groups are properly and effectively represented. We aim to uphold the rule of law and ensure procedural fairness to those likely to be most affected by the Brexit process.

PLP works with a wide range of charity and civil society groups to identify and pursue public law issues arising out of Brexit and the EU Settlement Scheme (EUSS).

PLP takes no position on the decision to leave the EU.

PLP to work on ESRC-funded project on algorithmic politics, administrative justice and Brexit
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PLP to work on ESRC-funded project on algorithmic politics, administrative justice and Brexit

PLP is soon to begin work as a research partner on a new ESRC (Economic and Social Research Council) funded project, ‘Algorithmic Politics and Administrative Justice in the EU Settlement Scheme’. The project, which is being led by researchers at the University of Exeter, aims to: ‘analyse the process of administrative reform associated with Brexit,…

What is the law that will apply to EU nationals at the end of the Brexit transition period?
Policy briefings and submissions

What is the law that will apply to EU nationals at the end of the Brexit transition period?

The purpose of this summary is to describe the law applicable to EU nationals[1] residing in the UK, or who arrive in the UK, after the end of the Brexit transition period. The position is stated on the basis of the law (including domestic primary and secondary legislation as well as retained EU law) and…

Public Law and Brexit
Events

Public Law and Brexit

22 February 2021 – 3 March 2021 @ 12:00 am – If you want to view Martin Rowson’s illustration for this event in full you can click here. This conference will look at the myriad of ways Brexit will impact public law in the years to come, as domestic legislation and litigation fills the gap left by EU law. Topics include the Future Relationship Act of […]…