Peter Watts - Hogan Lovells
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Parliament must unpick over 40 years of integration between the U.K. and the EU legal systems and ensure no gaps are left in the process. The most difficult practical, as opposed to political, issue is the sheer volume and detail of the rules and making them work in a purely domestic U.K. legal context. But this will itself cause political issues as in many cases there isn't a simple way of just 'copying across' the rules – decisions need to be taken about how they work if the U.K. is no longer part of the EU. This is an area in which the 'devil is in the detail.feedback
Jul 13 2017
Peter Watts has been quoted 4 times in 2 different articles. On this page, you will find all of Peter Watts’s quotes organized by date and topic. Alongside each quote is a link back to the article where the quote was reported, so you can go back to the source for more context if you need it. Topics that Peter Watts speaks about are work, firm, and bank licens, for example. Most recently, Peter Watts was quoted in the article UK to start the process of ending 40 years of EU control - Here’s what you need to know saying, “If the U.K. is going to withdraw from the EU in an orderly manner, the Repeal Bill, or equivalent, will be necessary to provide for the terms of the transition from a domestic legal perspective and to provide the necessary certainty for U.K. citizens and businesses.”.
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Jul 13 2017
If the U.K. is going to withdraw from the EU in an orderly manner, the Repeal Bill, or equivalent, will be necessary to provide for the terms of the transition from a domestic legal perspective and to provide the necessary certainty for U.K. citizens and businesses.feedback
Jul 13 2017
It is not difficult to see how the Repeal Bill could become a political football. Failure to enact the Repeal Bill in some form would be highly disruptive and destabilising for the UK. For this reason, it seems likely that, however controversial, some form of Repeal Bill will pass through Parliament. The question is: how much will it resemble the draft Bill being published on Thursday?feedback
Jun 24 2016
Firms are already thinking about things like applying for bank licenses. (They) haven't started yet, but the next stage of their preparatory work will happen quite quickly.feedback
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