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Prorogation and Brexit: comments from our experts
UCL Constitution Unit & UCL Laws
Type: Compilation
Date: 01/09/2019

Citizens’ Assemblies: what are they good for?
Lucie Davidson (Constitution Unit)
Type: blog
Date: 19/07/2019

Extending Article 50: Legal and Political Considerations 
Oliver Patel and Clément Leroy (UCL European Institute)
Type: analysis
Date: 04/2019

Legal opinion - Article 50 extension and the European Parliament elections
Professor Piet Eeckhout (UCL Laws)
Type: Opinion
Date: 04/2019

Professor Piet Eeckhout discusses extending Article 50 on the Today programme
Professor Piet Eeckhout (UCL Laws)
Type: Audio
Date: 01/02/2019

Brexit: What’s next?
10 UCL experts
Type: Blog
Date: 18/01/2019

Revoking Article 50: a view from the inside
Professor Piet Eeckhout (UCL Laws)
Type: Video
Date: 13/12/2018

Brexit: is it possible to stop it?
Oliver Patel (UCL European Institute)
Type: Article, The Conversation
Date: 06/12/2018

Although fraught with obstacles, a Brexit Deal is still on the cards
Oliver Patel (UCL European Institute)
Type: Article, HuffPost
Date: 26/09/2018

Lords Brexit defeats are forcing MPs to face crucial choices
Professor Meg Russell (UCL Constitution Unit)
Type: Blog, UCL Constitution Unit Blog
Date: 25/05/2018

Wake Up and Smell the ‘Brexino’?
Professor Janice Morphet (The Bartlett School of Planning)
Type: Article, IACES
Date: 08/01/2018

Brexit Transitional Arrangements: Legal and Political Considerations 
Professor Piet Eeckhout and Oliver Patel (UCL European Institute)
Type: Publication, UCL European Institute
Date: 20/11/2017

Citizens Assembly on Brexit
UCL Constitution Unit
Type: Project, UCL Constitution Unit
Date: September 2017
Documents: Summary ReportFull Report, Results
Blogs: The Citizens’ Assembly on Brexit: design and purposeCitizens’ Assembly on Brexit: how were the members selected?Citizens’ Assembly on Brexit: reflections on the first weekendCitizens’ Assembly on Brexit: results and initial reflectionsThe Citizens’ Assembly on Brexit: how did it work?Report of the Citizens’ Assembly on Brexit: the public reject ‘no deal’

Ask the experts: Legal and constitutional implications of Brexit
UCL Public Policy and House of Commons Library
Type: Event video and blog, UCL Public Policy
Date: 21/06/2017

Can the Brexit clock be stopped?
Professor Piet Eeckhout (UCL Laws)
Type: Blog, UCL Brexit Blog
Date: 05/04/2017

Article 50 TEU: Secrets and Lies [Video]
Professor Piet Eeckhout (UCL Laws)
Type: Video, UCL TV
Date: 29/03/2017

Now that Article 50 has been triggered, reality will start to bite 
Oliver Patel (UCL European Institute)
Type: Blog, UCL Brexit Blog
Date: 29/03/2017

The Process of Brexit: What Comes Next?
Dr Alan Renwick (UCL Constitution Unit)
Type: Report, UCL European Institute
Date: 03/02/2017

Prolonging the acquis: a blueprint for the Brexit transition
Professor Piet Eeckhout and Oliver Patel (UCL European Institute)
Type: Blog, UCL Brexit Blog
Date: 23/11/2017

Theresa May is closer to a transitional deal than you might think
Professor Piet Eeckhout and Oliver Patel (UCL European Institute)
Type: Blog, The Guardian
Date: 20/11/2017

Article 50: What to expect when you're expecting (…Brexit negotiations)
Dr Nicholas Wright (UCL Political Science)
Type: Blog, UCL Constitution Unit
Date: 29/03/2017

Now Article 50 has been triggered, will the United Kingdom survive?
Professor Janice Morphet (The Bartlett School of Planning)
Type: Blog, LSE EUROPP
Date: 29/03/2017

Triggering Article 50
Professor Janice Morphet (The Bartlett School of Planning)
Type: Blog, RTPI
Date: 14/03/2017

What will the Lords do with the Article 50 bill?
Professor Meg Russell (UCL Constitution Unit)
Type: Blog, UCL Constitution Unit
Date: 20/02/2017

Brexit and Parliament: A Second Capitulation or Sovereignty Regained?
Professor Piet Eeckhout (UCL Laws)
Type: Blog, London-Brussels Blog 
Date: 31/01/2017

What might parliament do with the Article 50 bill?
Professor Meg Russell (UCL Constitution Unit)
Type: Blog, UCL Constitution Unit
Date: 31/01/2017

What Next? Legislative Authority for Triggering Article 50
Professor Jeff King (UCL Laws)
Type: Blog, UK Constitutional Law Association
Date: 24/01/2017

Brexit and Article 50 TEU: A Constitutionalist Reading
Professor Piet Eeckhout (UCL Laws) and Dr Eleni Frantziou (Westminster)
Type: Working paper, UCL European Institute
Date: 10/01/2017

In defence of Miller
Professor Jeff King (UCL Laws) and Professor Nick Barber (Oxford)
Type: Blog, UK Constitutional Law Association
Date: 22/11/2016

Arguing that Article 50 Notification Is Reversible Involves Risks for the Government
Dr Ronan McCrea (UCL Laws)
Type: Blog, UK Constitutional Law Association
Date: 15/11/2016

Miller and the Art 50 notification: revocability is irrelevant
Professor Piet Eeckhout (UCL Laws)
Type: Blog, London-Brussels Blog 
Date: 14/11/2016

Responding to Miller
Dr Nick Barber and Professor Jeff King (UCL Laws)
Type: Blog, UK Constitutional Law Association
Date: 07/11/2016 

What Happens if Parliament's Approval is Needed for the Triggering of Article 50?
Professor Piet Eeckhout (UCL Laws) 
Type: Video, UCL European Institute
Date: 03/11/2016 

The remarkable government case in the Art 50 litigation
Professor Piet Eeckhout (UCL Laws)
Type: Blog, London-Brussels Blog 
Date: 24/10/2016

The UK Decision to Withdraw from the EU: Parliament or Government
Professor Piet Eeckhout (UCL Laws)
Type: Blog, UCL Brexit Blog
Date: 17/10/2016

Democracy Means Democracy: Parliament's Role in the Brexit Negotiations
Toby Shevlane (UCL Constitution Unit)
Type: Blog, UCL Constitution Unit
Date: 29/09/2016

Brexit: Constitutional and Legal Requirements
Oliver Patel (UCL European Institute) and Daniella Lock (UCL Laws)
Type: Briefing paper, UCL Public Policy
Date: August 2016

'Brexit Means Brexit' - But is Whitehall up to the Challenge?
Nicholas Wright (UCL Political Science)
Type: Blog, LSE Brexit Blog
Date: 25/07/2016

Brexit and the Domestic Judiciary: Some Preliminary Thoughts on the Aftermath of Triggering Article 50
Christina Lienen (UCL Laws)
Type: Blog, UK Constitutional Law Association
Date: 21/07/2016

What Role will Parliament have in Triggering Article 50 and Shaping the Terms of Brexit?
Professor Robert Hazell and Jack Sheldon (UCL Constitution Unit) 
Type: Blog, UCL Constitution Unit  
Date: 19/07/2016

Is a second referendum on Brexit feasible?
Dr Alan Renwick (UCL Constitution Unit)
Type: Blog, UCL Constitution Unit
Date: 18/07/2016

Brexit: Legal and Constitutional Requirements - event video
Type: Video, UCL Laws
Date: 13/07/2016

Why Parliamentary Approval for the Triggering of Article 50 TEU Should Be Required as a Matter of Constitutional Principle
Professor Colm O'Cinneide (UCL Laws)
Type: Blog, UK Constitutional Law Association 
Date: 07/07/2016

Judicial Review and Article 50: Some Preliminary Issues
Thomas Fairclough (UCL Laws)
Type: Blog, UK Constitutional Law Association 
Date: 06/07/2016

Achieving a good Brexit: what David Cameron needs to do now
Nicholas Wright (UCL Political Science)
Type: Blog, UCL Constitution Unit
Date: 28/06/2016

Pulling the Article 50 'Trigger': Parliament's Indispensable Role
Dr Tom Hickman (UCL Laws), Professor Jeff King (UCL Laws), Professor Nick Barber (Oxford)
Type: Blog, UK Constitutional Law Association  
Date: 27/06/2016

The Road to Brexit: 16 Things You Need to Know about the Process of Leaving the EU
Dr Alan Renwick (UCL Constitution Unit)
Type: Blog, UCL Constitution Unit
Date: 24/06/2016

The Constitutional Consequences of Brexit: Whitehall and Westminster
Dr Nicholas Wright (UCL Political Science) and Oliver Patel (UCL European Institute)
Type: Briefing paper, UCL Constitution Unit 
Date: May 2016