Tight binding in the anti-terrorist fight, the agreement for data protection and data exchange, for trade, transport and shipping, electricity and gas – these and other agreements with the EU, has presented the British Prime Minister, Theresa May, in Parliament and explained. In between the call accompanied the speech by the conservative politician, defended the negotiated 26-page draft of a Declaration on the future of relations between the EU and the UK.

you referred to the Transition period of 20 months, in which everything should remain as it is. The rights of the EU and the British people would respect each other. Also, the British sovereignty, said May. Never before has the EU had concluded such an agreement with a developed economy nation. At the same time, the UK will control its borders, its laws and its money. “The Text that we now have agreed, would create a new free trade zone with the EU, without customs duties, charges, fees or quantitative restrictions,” said May.

criticism came from the head of the Labour party Jeremy Corbyn: The Declaration was a “testimony to the failure” of the government, a page of “ramblings”. He announced that his group will not support the agreement.

looks Like the Brexit agreement? The exit agreement

of The exit agreement, the relationship between the EU and the UK until the end of the transitional period in accordance with the Brexit, so up to 31. December 2020. In him, well over 40 billion euros) is set to pay how much money does the UK still has (. It will be noted that EU citizens who live in the UK, and British, who are resident in the EU, to retain their rights. Also, numerous other arrangements are negotiated.

Only the stopgap, which would be effective if both sides cannot agree on a free trade agreement, and thus in the Northern Ireland question, there is still no compromise. Up for debate is that Northern Ireland remains in the domestic market and Northern Ireland, or the U.K. – possibly temporary – in the customs Union. Customs and quality checks should be carried out in the English and Northern Irish ports, which will be rejected by the Northern Ireland party, the DUP. This must be clarified before the agreement can be approved by the EU Council and the British Parliament.

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