Cooperation in Various Areas

Cooperation There are a number of areas where cooperation supports or complements our proposals for the economic or security partnerships. . For each of these areas, the UK and the EU should agree specific arrangements that support ongoing cooperation. These include: data protection arrangements that provide for the continued exchange and protection of personal data […]

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Agriculture and Fisheries (UK White Paper)

Agriculture, food and fisheries products There is extensive trade between the UK and the EU in agriculture (food, feed, and drink) products and the EU is the UK’s single largest trade partner.7 70 percent of UK agri-food imports came from the EU in 2017. Food and drink manufacturing is the UK’s largest manufacturing sector, contributing […]

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Defence and Security (UK White Paper)

Security Partnership The UK has already set out an ambitious vision for the UK’s future security relationship with the EU.The UK recognises that leaving the EU means the security relationship between the UK and the EU cannot continue on the same basis as before. Nevertheless, given shared interests and threats, the UK seeks an ambitious […]

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Law Enforcement (UK White Paper)

Civil judicial cooperation Civil judicial cooperation is mutually beneficial to both the UK and the EU. Businesses benefit from legal certainty in the event of disputes and are more confident trading across borders. Consumers and employees benefit from protections for weaker parties. Cross-border families benefit from clear rules to resolve disputes in sensitive matters quickly […]

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EU Response to White Paper

Statement by Michel Barnier at the press conference following his meeting with Dominic Raab, UK Secretary of State for Exiting the EU Brussels, 26 July 2018 Ladies and gentlemen, Dominic and I just had a second constructive meeting. I agree with what Dominic said last week – we must bring new energy into these negotiations. And […]

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Proposed Trade Policy (UK White Paper)

Independent trade policy The UK’s proposal for its future economic partnership with the EU would provide a strong foundation for the UK to establish a broad and ambitious independent trade policy with the rest of the world. As the UK leaves the EU, the Government is committed to ensuring that UK and EU businesses and […]

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UK Commons Transport Negotiations

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