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Retail, Food, Hospitality Brexit round-up W/E 19th January

22 January 2020
Retail, Food, Hospitality Brexit round-up W/E 19th January. EU Withdrawal Bill likely to complete 3rd reading in House of Lords, EU Commission president sets out position on negotiations following meeting with the Irish Teasoch.

Brexit Developments

EU Withdrawal Bill likely to complete 3rd reading in House of Lords on 22 January: Following 2nd reading debate last week, the report stage of the Bill is due to take place on Monday 20 and Tuesday 21 January with third reading scheduled for Wednesday 22 View >

EU Commission president sets out position on negotiations following meeting with the Irish Teasoch: "A lot in it is the UK's choice. Because the United Kingdom knows: the closer they want to be to the Single Market, the more, of course, they have to align to the rules of the Single Market. The lesser they want to abide by the rules of the Single Market, the more distant they will be, the more difficult it will be to have access. So I think this is now the time to figure out the room that we will have between the UK and the European Union's Single Market. It is mainly their choice, but with every choice comes a trade-off and that was what we discussed (with UK PM) last week." View >

  

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