Brexit

The View of Brexit from 3 Nations

From across the UK, France and Italy the Buckles-CastaldiPartners Alliance provides a unique view of the impact of Brexit and offers insightful debate and practical solutions for your business.

Although it will take some time for the UK to disentagle from the EU, there are steps you can take now to prepare for change which will protect your business and ensure you enter the new political landscape in the strongest possible position.

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About the Alliance

The Buckles-CastaldiPartners alliance provides seamless pan-European legal solutions to businesses and individuals.

Our combined team of over 100 legal experts includes many multi-lingual lawyers qualified to practice in multiple jurisdictions.

 

 

Latest News

UK and EU braced for Brex-mas election

A year that began with MPs preparing to vote on Theresa May’s version of the Withdrawal Agreement will end with those same MPs facing a public vote that could finally decide the Brexit debate. Yesterday, following months of stalemate, the UK...

It's not over until the final whistle

To borrow some over-used football phraseology, yesterday’s Brexit proceedings in parliament proved to be a game of two halves. Boris Johnson achieved something of a Brexit milestone by presenting a deal which, in principle, received approval of MPs...

Brexit - what's the big deal?

Two weeks ago, this blog heralded the final month before the Brexit deadline with the news that the chances of a fresh deal were remote. How things change. Now, with just two weeks to go before that deadline expires, a new way forward has been agreed...

Ripping up the backstop - a 'fair and reasonable compromise' or a re-hash of rejected ideas?

A clearer picture has emerged of the UK government’s new proposals for a Withdrawal Agreement with the EU, reviving hopes of a deal. However, to many observers, they look very similar to a collection of previously rejected proposals. So, will they...

Getting Brexit done?

Brexit drama continues to hit new heights. Last week, the Supreme Court ruled that Boris Johnson’s attempt to prorogue parliament had been without justification and promptly overturned the move. MPs immediately returned to the House of Commons while...

Brexit crisis - Legislature v Executive

Another long and eventful week in the Brexit saga is drawing to a close with the UK parliament in uproar as the executive and legislature lock horns. At stake, not only the destiny of Brexit and the future it will shape for the UK, but also who governs and...

The Brexit Ballot - PM to seek a general election

For some months, the prospect that the Brexit impasse could result in a general election has lurked on the horizon. Now it looms large after MPs passed an SO24 motion to take control of parliamentary business today, with the intention of forcing Boris...

Parliament prorogued, Brexit hangs in the balance

Prime Minister Boris Johnson has prorogued parliament for a 5-week period from 11 th September until a new Queen’s Speech to be held on 14 th October. The move has met with controversy. Mr Johnson and No. 10 officials claim that the constitutional...

Brexit 'House of Horrors' for new PM?

The race to replace Theresa May as UK prime minister is between two remaining candidates who, perhaps unsurprisingly, hold differing views on how to resolve the Brexit conundrum. With the new Halloween deadline looming, Boris Johnson has repeatedly insisted...

The changing of the guard

The UK government will bring its EU Withdrawal Agreement Bill before parliament to be voted on in the first week of June. This is the piece of legislation required to enact the Prime Minister’s proposed deal with the EU. But whichever way the vote...
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