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RFH Brexit Update W/E 7 June

10 June 2020

RFH Brexit Update W/E 7 June. 4th round of EU/UK future economic partnership negotiations end in deadlock.

Brexit Developments

4th round of EU/UK future economic partnership negotiations end in deadlock: Reports from EU Chief Negotiator, Michele Barnier and UK Chief Negotiator, David Frost, give a very clear analysis of red lines emerging in the negotiations around fisheries, level playing field, fundamental rights and governance arrangements for a future partnership. The EU has levelled the allegation that the UK is backtracking on undertakings entered into as part of the ‘political declaration’ agreed between the EU and UK. View > View >
With only five months to finalise an agreement and a no-deal exit looking increasingly possible, the Scottish Government has called on the UK Government to avoid a no-deal exit. View >

US/UK trade negotiations – food and environmental standards: Food pressure group, Sustain, has issued a press release in reaction to suggestions that a US trade deal could permit the entry to the UK of chlorine washed chicken under differential tariff rates. View >

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