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Retail, Food, and Hospitality Brexit round-up 14 July

18 July 2019
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Retail, Food, and Hospitality Brexit round-up 14 July: EU US trade developments, chairs and vice chairs of European Parliament committees, and AirBnB website changes.

Brexit developments

Link to all EU legislation relevant to EU exit: The Department for Exiting the EU has published a link enabling access to all relevant legislation. The European Union (Withdrawal) Act 2018 required The National Archives to make all EU legislation relevant to our exit available online. The National Archives have launched a comprehensive archive of EU law which will be captured through to exit day including EU legislation, treaties, international agreements and case law. EU legislation has also been added to legislation.gov.uk including a timeline of the changes so far.  View >


EU – US Trade developments: 
EU DG Trade has been engaging with civil society groups in the EU on the trade agenda and executive working group discussions.  EU DG Trade has also highlighted progress on mutual recognition for pharmaceuticals.  View >  View >


Chairs and Vice Chairs of European Parliament committees named: 
Following elections the names of the chairs and several vice chairs for each of the European Parliament's twenty committees have been published.  View >


AirBnB agrees web site changes with EU Commission: 
AirBnB has agreed changes to the presentation of offers for accommodation to show total price upfront and indicate whether a private or business let.  View >

 

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