• GL
Choose your location?
  • Global Global
  • Australia
  • France
  • Germany
  • Ireland
  • Italy
  • Poland
  • Qatar
  • Spain
  • UAE
  • UK

RFH Brexit Update 23 March

25 March 2020
RFH Brexit Update 23 March. Eu Commission draft legal text for future partnership relationship.

Brexit Developments

EU Commission draft legal text for future partnership relationship: The EU Commission claim that it translates into a legal text the negotiating directives approved by Member States in the General Affairs Council on 25 February 2020, in line with the Political Declaration agreed between the EU and the UK in October 2019 and that the text follows consultations with the European Parliament and Council, and aims to provide a tool to support the negotiations and to enable progress with the UK. European Commission > European Parliament > Prime Minister’s Office >

 
EU Commission publish detailed readiness notices for stakeholders on EU Exit: The European Commission is reviewing, and where necessary updating, over 100 sector-specific stakeholder ‘preparedness notices’ it published during the Article 50 negotiations with the United Kingdom. The updated ‘notices for readiness’ remind all interested parties of the legal situation applicable as of the end of the transition period whether a future partnership agreement is concluded or not. The notices also explain certain rules of the withdrawal agreement where relevant, as well as the rules applicable to Northern Ireland as of the end of the transition period:

Provision of services and posting of workers >

Protection certificates for medicinal and plant protection products >

Online purchase and parcel delivery >

Public procurement >

Professions and qualifications >

Seafarer training and mutual recognition >

Cosmetic products >

Industrial products >

Medicinal products >

 

View more stories in the full update >

Sign up to receive our regular updates >

Food & Retail Archive >

Further Reading

We use cookies to give you the best user experience on our website. Please let us know if you accept our use of cookies.

Manage cookies

Your Privacy

When you visit any web site, it may store or retrieve information on your browser, mostly in the form of cookies. We mainly use this information to ensure the site works as you expect it to, and to learn how we can improve the experience in the future. The information does not usually directly identify you, but it can give you a more personalised web experience.
Because we respect your right to privacy, you can choose not to allow some types of cookies. Click on the different category headings to find out more and change permissions. However, blocking some types of cookies may prevent certain site functionality from working as expected

Functional cookies

(Required)

These cookies let you use the website and are required for the website to function as expected.

These cookies are required

Tracking cookies

Anonymous cookies that help us understand the performance of our website and how we can improve the website experience for our users. Some of these may be set by third parties we trust, such as Google Analytics.

They may also be used to personalise your experience on our website by remembering your preferences and settings.

Marketing cookies

These cookies are used to improve and personalise your experience with our brands. We may use these cookies to show adverts for our products, or measure the performance of our adverts.