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The EU Commission and the UK propose a draft withdrawal agreement following the Brexit referendum

Are you wondering what competition law in the UK might look like post-Brexit? The answer differs depending on whether the wording of the draft withdrawal agreement agreed between the UK government and European Commission ('Commission') on 14 November 2018 ('Withdrawal Agreement') is ultimately ratified, or whether the UK faces a 'no deal' scenario. WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW - KEY TAKEAWAYS A 'no deal' Brexit scenario is the outcome where the UK leaves the EU on 29 March 2019 without any withdrawal agreement or transitional arrangements formally agreed and in place (see our previous article for a description of each of these). A Withdrawal Agreement scenario is the outcome where the Withdrawal Agreement of 14 November 2018 is ratified in its current form. Whether or not the Withdrawal

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  • Ashurst (London)
  • Ashurst (London)

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Nigel Parr, Alexi Dimitriou, The EU Commission and the UK propose a draft withdrawal agreement following the Brexit referendum, 14 November 2018, e-Competitions Bulletin December 2018, Art. N° 88385

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