Resources for interest:
Steve Peers (ed), 'EU Law Analysis: Expert Insight into EU Law Developments' (Blog, 2017) <http://eulawanalysis.blogspot.co.uk/> accessed 9 October 2017
The Honourable Society of the Middle Temple | 'Brexit' (Middle Temple, March 2017) <www.middletemple.org.uk/library-archive/library/electronic-resources/links-lawyers/brexit> accessed 9 October 2017
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