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RFH Brexit Update 1 March

03 March 2020
RFH Brexit Update 1 March. UK publish terms of reference for EU future relationship negotiations.

Brexit Developments

UK publish terms of reference for EU future relationship negotiations: Negotiating groups will look at the following issues:

  1. Trade in Goods
  2. Trade in Services and Investment and other issues 
  3. Level Playing Field for open and fair competition
  4. Transport
  5. Energy and Civil Nuclear Cooperation
  6. Fisheries
  7. Mobility and Social Security Coordination
  8. Law enforcement and judicial cooperation in criminal matters
  9. Thematic Cooperation
  10. Participation in Union Programmes
  11. Horizontal arrangements and governance

Five rounds of negotiation concluding by the 16 May are currently planned. View > View >

Reaction to the UK negotiating positions from the Scottish and Welsh Governments has been hostile to the approach being adopted and business organisations have expressed a mixture of encouragement and concern. Scot Gov > Welsh Gov > NFU > BRC > BCC > CIEH >

 

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