The Brexit Draft Guidelines

Here they are, the “Draft guidelines following the United Kingdom’s notification under Article 50 TEU”.

Please click this link. My first analysis can be found here.

 

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One Response to The Brexit Draft Guidelines

  1. Ein Europäer 10. April 2017 at 00:47 #

    Is that real? So freedom of movement, uninterrupted budget contributions, compliance with EU regulations & directives and subordination to the jurisdiction of the ECJ in return for a trade deal?
    Lets put it in a simple way, the EU’s position is that free trade in Europe belongs to it and that it can utilise this (bogus) claim of ownership to exercise it during the negociations with the UK.
    For her part Mrs. May cannot concede what they demand – authority over future British law, policy and taxes. To the EU this is not a negotiation about trade and its advantages it is a dispute about authority.This is why they reject simultaneous (or twin track) negotiations on both the depart and the trade.
    Concessions will only work if both parties are seeking an optimal basis for continuing their mutual trade. Free trade can always be defended, but a free trade deal based on an unfree politics is pure poison.

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