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This report contains our provisional conclusions and recommendations on the implications of Brexit for UK competition law and policy. We invite comments and discussion on the report by 15 May 2017.

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This article was originally published by Jordan Publishing, owned by LexisNexis, and appears in Competition Law Journal at [2017] Comp Law 5.

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A response to the BCLWG Issues Paper from John Madill, a former civil servant with experience in competition policy.

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The second Roundtable of the BCLWG was held on 5 December 2016 and focused on the merger issues relating to Brexit.

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The first Roundtable of the BCLWG was held on 23 November 2016 and focused on the antitrust issues relating to Brexit.

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A paper by Sir John Vickers for the Oxford Review of Economic Policy/British Academy conference on ‘The Economic Consequences of Brexit’, 7 December 2016

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A paper by George Peretz QC and Kelyn Bacon QC

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A response to the BCLWG Issues Paper from Bristows LLP

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A response to the BCLWG Issues Paper from Rachel Brandenburger, Senior Advisor and Foreign Legal Consultant to Hogan Lovells US LLP.

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A response to the BCLWG Issues Paper from Alistair Lindsay, a barrister at Monckton Chambers.

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A response to the BCLWG Issues Paper from Berwin Leighton Paisner LLP.

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A response to the BCLWG Issues Paper from Brick Court Chambers.

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A response to the BCLWG Issues Paper from Compass Lexecon

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A response to the BCLWG Issues Paper from Monckton Chambers.

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A response to the BCLWG Issues Paper from Oxera Consulting LLP

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A response to the BCLWG Issues Paper from Edward Pitt, a consultant at Bates Wells Braithwaite LLP.

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A response to the BCLWG Issues Paper from Stephen Hornsby, a partner at Goodman Derrick LLP.

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A response to the BCLWG Issues Paper from Sir Philip Lowe, former Director General for Competition and for Energy in the European Commission.

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This Issues Paper sets out what we see as key legal and policy questions within the competition sphere that HM Government will need to examine when considering its options in respect of Brexit.

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