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RFH Brexit Update W/E 28th June

30 June 2020
RFH Brexit Update W/E 28th June. Agenda publishes for UK/EU future relationship negotiations 29 June - 3 July.

Brexit Developments

Agenda published for UK/EU future relationship negotiations 29 June – 3 July: Items on the agreed agenda which the EU has described as ‘restricted’ include level playing field, fisheries, governance, trade in goods and services, criminal law and judicial cooperation, participation in EU programmes and citizens rights.  View > View >  

EU Council members adopt conclusions re. EU/UK future relationship negotiations: In a statement issued on 25 June the Council of Ministers took note of the UK government decision not to request and its intention to refuse an extension of the transition period foreseen in the Withdrawal Agreement, meaning that the transition period will end on 31 December 2020. The Council restated EU determination to have as close as possible a partnership with the UK in the future, in line with the Political Declaration. The Council reconfirmed full support for Michele Barnier as Chief Negotiator and previously agreed negotiating guidelines. The Council members took note of the limited progress achieved in the negotiations so far and welcomed plans agreed by the Chief Negotiators to intensify the negotiation process. View >

 

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