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Draft statutory instrument for the Windsor Framework published

The draft statutory instrument on the Windsor Framework has been published. This will now go through a vote in the House of Commons, but is likely to be implemented into UK law. Secondary legislation will then be developed in order to action the contents of the Framework. BIVDA have requested confirmation from MHRA and DHSC on how this Framework will…
Ashleigh
March 24, 2023
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DHSC webinar on the Windsor Framework

DHSC have provided the following update for stakeholders: DHSC would like to invite you to a webinar at 2pm on Thursday 16 March, on the recent announcement from the Government on the significant changes to medicines in the Windsor Framework. We will be joined by colleagues from MHRA, and will be discussing: The replacement of the EMA by the MHRA…
Ashleigh
March 9, 2023
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DHSC notice on the Windsor Framework

DHSC have provided the following update for stakeholders: You will have seen the announcement yesterday on the Windsor Framework, which concludes an agreement between the UK and the EU on the Northern Ireland Protocol. This framework includes simplifications to customs and Sanitary and Phytosanitary (SPS) processes that will significantly reduce requirements on traders. We are working through the details of…
Ashleigh
March 9, 2023
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Northern Ireland Protocol Bill passes first reading stage despite strong criticism

On Monday, Prime Minister Boris Johnson secured a 74-vote majority on the Northern Ireland Protocol Bill to shred post-Brexit trade rules relating to the area. Despite winning the vote, there were a number of senior Conservatives speaking out against the legislation, although none voted against it. Leading criticism of the Bill was former PM Theresa May who warned of reputational…
Ben Kemp
July 1, 2022
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Northern Ireland Protocol Update

The UK Government has this week introduced a bill which takes unilateral action to alter the Northern Ireland Protocol, which they claim will fix four key issues. These issues are: burdensome customs processes, inflexible regulation, tax and spend discrepancies and democratic governance issues. They believe these changes are fundamental to restoring stability in Northern Ireland and protect the integrity of…
Natalie Creaney
June 17, 2022