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Post-Brexit: What Changes Should We Make to Public Sector Procurement Law?

The top five changes we should make to public procurement rules after Brexit


Brexit Negotiations – Letting the Other Side “Win”

Having both parties feel good about the outcome is desirable in negotiations


Post-Brexit Procurement Regulation – Don’t Reduce Transparency!

Useful article from Graham Bell of Bryan Cave LLP


Theresa May’s New Direction and What It Might Mean for Public Procurement

The new direction that the ruling Conservative party appear to be taking following the trauma of the Brexit vote


What’s The Future For The ESPD: Does Brexit Mean ESPD Exit?

Questions about procurement processes now emerging post referendum


TTIP Trade Deal Could be Derailed By Brexit – Or President Trump!

Britain’s departure could leave U.S. negotiators facing a European side that is more dug-in on some issues


Skilled People Needed For UK / EU Negotiations – Training Not “Natural Ability” Please!

Brexit discussions must make use of the right people


UK Politics Goes Into Meltdown – But Public Procurement Agenda Is Unchanged

A time of great uncertainty lies ahead


Daniel Moylan Doesn’t Like The EU Procurement Rules – So What’s The Alternative?

It’s not enough to just criticize EU regs


Pinsent Masons on the Consequences of Brexit for Public Procurement

Might the UK end up with worst of both worlds?