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Retail Food Hospitality Brexit round up 12 May

16 May 2019
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Retail, Food & Hospitality Brexit round-up w/e 12 May. EU Council meeting, EU Labour Authority, DIT secretary speech and Welsh Goverment calls for constitutional reform. 

Brexit Developments

EU Council meeting on the future of Europe: EU leaders met in Sibiu to discuss the future of Europe. EU President Donald Tusk issued a statement and a speech was delivered by UK DEXEU Secretary Stephen Barclay. A declaration was published following the meeting. 
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EU Labour Authority: The EU Council has published information on four cities shortlisted to host the new EU Labour Authority and the process and timescale for the final selection.
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DIT secretary speech at Global Trade 2019 conference: Dr Liam Fox makes the case for international trade and avoidance of protectionism. View >

Welsh Government calls for constitutional reform of UK: The Welsh First Minister has called for change to the way the relationship between Whitehall and the Welsh Government currently managed through the ‘Welsh Office’ works. View >

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