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RFH Brexit Update W/E 26th April

27 April 2020
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RFH Brexit Update W/E 26th April. EU Chief Negotiator accuses UK of failure to engage seriously in negotiations on key issues.

Brexit Developments

EU Chief Negotiator accuses UK of failure to engage seriously in negotiations on key issues: The EU Commission Chief Negotiator for a new economic partnership between the EU and UK, Michele Barnier has delivered his assessment of last week’s negotiations. A degree of frustration is apparent at a claimed refusal by the UK team to engage sensibly on a number of fundamental issues and UK refusal to extend transition yet slowing down discussion on important areas. Areas singled out for criticism are on 'the level playing field', governance arrangements (for which the EU would like to see a single framework agreement and role for the European Court of Justice), police and judicial cooperation in criminal matters and fisheries. View >


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