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Anna Bradshaw and Alistair Jones discuss the UK’s new autonomous sanctions regime in The World Financial Review

When the Brexit transition period expired on 31 December 2020, the UK became a fully-fledged ‘autonomous’ sanction regime.  From the start of this new era, it has been clear that the UK’s autonomous sanctions will play an integral part of the UK’s foreign policy post-Brexit.  Anna Bradshaw and Alistair Jones discuss who is at risk of being directly or indirectly targeted by UK autonomous sanctions, and what the consequences of a UK sanctions listing may be for directly or indirectly affected individuals and entities. Read more