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Prof Jean McHale and colleagues speak to Reuters about their recent paper. It warns that UK citizens with HIV living in Spain could face serious challenges in accessing healthcare in a no-deal Brexit scenario
Discussing issues such as the International Procurement Document, third country aspects of the EU procurement directives, and the procurement chapters of Free Trade Agreements of the EU with the rest of the world.
Professor Karen Yeung contributes to a new Council of Europe study drawing attention to the responsibility challenges linked to the use of artificial intelligence.
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