I have posted before that subscribers to Cardinal Environment EHS Legislation Registers & Law Checklists have added to their systems, a continually compiled Brexit Law List.
The European Union (Withdrawal) Act 2018 retains EU law enacted at the exit date, and section 8 of the 2018 Act gives powers to make adjustments in order that this EU Retained Law will operate in the UK after the exit date. These adjustments will be made via Statutory Instruments (Regulations) issued with brackets (EU Exit) in the title, generally. The Brexit Law List compiles OHS and ENV related (EU Exit) Instruments, and others.
It is clear that at least some of the (EU Exit) Instruments amend actual EU Regulations as they apply in the UK. To avoid confusion, we will not consolidate those amendments into the base document, until further on in the Brexit process. Instead we will show the (EU Exit) instrument beneath the EU Regulation as a companion, when we populate out the documents into the Registers from the Brexit Law List.
In due course, further on in the Brexit process, these Retained EU Laws will become England Retained EU Law (consolidated) and ditto other national variants.
An example of an (EU Exit) instrument is here.
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I updated the Waste (EU) post with an important change. The Waste (UK) post is also updated.
Please make sure to note when I write within a post, that I will update that post.
Post updates are not notified by email, and I don’t issue posts notifying which posts I updated. So keep a record to check the post that’s of interest itself on the platform.
Some months ago I advised we would be upgrading our public website and introducing new services on it. This activity has been overtaken by the complexity of the UK Brexit process. Accordingly, viewers will see a simple update has been published last year (only).
When the UK Brexit process has been completed, we will update our country coverage.
Please address any questions about our public website to me by email.
On Monday 19th June, talks begin between the UK and the EU to sort out the UK’s exit from the European Union.
On 29 March 2017, the United Kingdom notified the European Council of its intention to leave the European Union, in accordance with Article 50 of the Treaty on European Union. On 29 April 2017, the European Council – made up of the heads of state or government of the 28 EU countries – adopted a set of political guidelines, which define the framework for the negotiations and set out the EU’s overall positions and principles.
The EU is represented by Michel Barnier, as Chief Negotiator for the 27 EU countries. His taskforce at the European Commission coordinates the work on all strategic, operational, legal and financial issues related to the negotiations.
During these talks, the UK remains a full member of the EU. This means that all existing EU rights and obligations continue to apply to the UK.
The Article 50 negotiations with the United Kingdom are unique and differ from any other negotiation conducted by the European Union to date. Given their unprecedented nature, the European Commission has decided to adopt a tailor-made approach to transparency.
The EU transparency approach is set out here.
Cardinal Environment Limited is not withdrawing from any market and will continue to service its UK, European and International clients as before. My Blog comments will post out regularly. Thank you!
The UK has 10 days before it’s population decides the next government on 8 June. On 19 June, negotiations begin to settle the terms for the UK’s withdrawal from the EU.
The EU has committed itself to transparency principles here.
Information about the EU task force that is involved is located here.
Cardinal Environment Limited will continue to support its customers through this process. The law of individual EU and EEA member states is not affected.
Today the UK notified its trigger of article 50 withdrawal from the European Union. In addition, the UK is also withdrawing from Euratom.
In line with our company decision, communicated in an earlier blog post, to split the company operations into UK/Ireland and Overseas/European, the IT works for this are well commenced. To keep costs at a minimum, through what is a costly change in the UK EHS regulatory regime, we will not base the International/European operations in Canary Wharf. We will instead run these, at least for the moment, from the company’s registered office.
Since the Republic of Ireland is not exiting with the UK, we will handle its work as part of International/European. The UK work will continue to be handled in Watford. Any changes to invoice arrangements will be communicated to relevant persons, as and when necessary. For now there are no changes to invoice handling.
We will be following the specifics of the exiting process on the website of the Taskforce on Article 50 negotiations with the United Kingdon that is set up by the European Commission for the purpose.
The European Council statement and the UK Prime Minister notification letter issued today are found in here.