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Retail, Food, and Hospitality Brexit round-up 23 June

26 June 2019
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Retail, Food & Hospitality Brexit round-up w/e 23 June: EU approach to next UK PM, technical alternatives to the Backstop, and poultry marketing standards. 

Brexit developments

EU Council President sets out EU approach to next UK PMFollowing a EuroSummit on 21st June Donald Tusk has issued a statement on the approach that the EU member states will adopt to the new UK Prime Minister i.e. no reopening of the withdrawal agreement but open to discussions on content of the future economic partnership. View >

UK sets up advisory group on technical alternatives to the Backstop: 
The Department for Exiting the EU has announced the membership of the Government's new advisory group on technical alternatives to a hard border in Northern Ireland post Brexit. View >

Poultry meat marketing standards post Brexit: 
DEFRA has issued guidance for domestic trade and for import and export on poultry meat marketing standards. View >

‘Unheard’ Brexit voices from Scotland: 
The Scottish Government has published the results of research with 13 different groups looking at the impact of Brexit. View >

Correspondence published on citizens rights post Brexit: 
The UK Department for exiting the UK has published a copy of a response from Michel Barnier and its follow up letter to the EU Commission on the ring fencing of citizens rights post Brexit. View >

EU Institutions report on efforts to tackle Organics and Olive Oil frauds: 
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