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Retail Food Hospitality Brexit round up 19 May

22 May 2019
Brexit Flags
Retail, Food & Hospitality Brexit round-up w/e 19 May. DIT creation, Cabinet Office publish common frameworks and open letter on Withdrawal Agreement.

Brexit Developments

DIT issue five step guide to importing after Brexit: View >

DIT creation, role and future ambitions: Dr Liam Fox, Secretary of State has delivered a detailed speech to the Institute of Directors.  This week has also seen publication of a report on progress of DIT so far by the National Audit Office. View > View > DIT have announced signing of a trade continuity deal with Columbia, Ecuador and Peru. View >

Cabinet Office publish 3rd common frameworks report: The Cabinet Office has published a quarterly report on arrangements with the UK devolved administrations re legislative competencies on repatriation of powers under section 12 of the EU (Withdrawal) Act. The UK Government has not found it necessary to seek to freeze devolved competence in specific areas which can be achieved by regulation. View >

DEXEU Secretary publishes open letter on Withdrawal Agreement: Stephen Barclay, Secretary of State, has published a copy of his ten-page response to detailed points raised by the Rt Hon, John Redwood MP with the Attorney General concerning the detail of the Withdrawal Agreement. View >

Welsh Government call for change of approach to Brexit discussions: The Welsh Counsel General has called for a more consensus building approach and inclusion of the voice of the devolved administrations in Brexit discussions. View >

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