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Retail, Food and Hospitality Brexit Update W/E 19th July

20 July 2020
Retail, Food and Hospitality Brexit Update W/E 19th July. Agenda published for UK / EU future partnership negotiations 20-23 July.

Brexit Developments

Agenda published for UK / EU future partnership negotiations 20-23 July: The agenda appears very similar to previous agendas agreed between the UK and EU teams. View >

UK parliamentary statement on EU exit preparations:
Michael Gove, Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster, delivered a statement to parliament on 13 July setting out further steps the UK is taking in preparation for the end of the transition, period including £705 million investment at the borders. View >

UK government consults on future arrangements for UK single market:
The Department for Business has published proposals intended to ensure the functioning of a UK internal market following transfer of powers in 160 policy areas from the EU to the devolved administrations at the end of the transition period. BEIS makes the case for legal underpinning of binding principles on mutual recognition and non-discrimination and for setting up of an independent body to monitor the single market and engage with businesses and consumers. Responses to the consultation are required by 13 August. View > View > View > View > British Chambers of Commerce > Communications with the devolved administrations. View > View > View >

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