Category Archives: New UK subsidy control regime

New UK subsidy regime – where are we now?

Two recent blogs on this site (here and here) have described the subsidy control provisions in the Trade and Cooperation Agreement (TCA) to which the current UK government signed up on Christmas Eve. Those obligations bite on 1 January 2021: … Continue reading

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The subsidy control provisions of the UK-EU trade and cooperation agreement: a framework for a new UK domestic subsidy regime – by George Peretz QC

The provisions of the (draft) UK-EU Trade and Cooperation Agreement (the “Agreement”) that govern subsidy control (Title XI, Chapter three, starting at page 184) are unprecedented in comparison with other free trade agreements.  They impose significant constraints on UK policy towards public … Continue reading

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UK Subsidy Control: how will public funding change now the UK has taken back control of State aid regulation? By Jonathan Branton and Alexander Rose, DWF Law

After much fanfare the UK has agreed a new Trade and Cooperation Agreement (“TCA”) with the EU which, subject to ratification, allows for zero tariff, zero quota trade between the two blocs with effect from 1 January 2021.  One of … Continue reading

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