Despite the fact that the British, in January, said good-bye to the European Union the Brexit still working on it. Indeed, next week, for the umpteenth time is a crucial point in the process. Five questions is an important week and this long drawn-out hoofdpijndossier.
No, not at all! The United Kingdom is officially it might not be a part of the european union, but the means to the end of this year, however, the European rules, including free trade, the European animal passports, and access to the waters to fish.
in This process of transition will give the UK time to adapt to life after the Brexit. How is that life going to look like, it is still a question: at the moment, negotiations in Brussels and London have about their future relationship with you.
the Not so good: they're really stuck. The coronacrisis, there are only three rounds of negotiations the EU and the UK are in a lot of ways, such as the fishing industry and the competition is still light years away from each other.
as the EU's chief negotiator, Michel Barnier, the blame for the British people that they can have the benefits of the EU, but it is not the burden. "You can't be at two weddings at the same time to dance", said Barnier, have been frustrations this past week at the German radio station Deutschlandfunk. On the other side of The Channel is toponderhandelaar David, you won't understand the fact that Brussels is not moving, it is.
Michel Barnier (r) and David Frost (l) is present at a meeting in Brussels before the outbreak of the corona virus. Ever since the virus outbreak is the only thing that's gevideobeld between the two parties. (Photo: Pro-Shots).
The EU provides the UK with a free trade agreement with the condition of the British people to the European agreements binding on, among other things, taxes, labor standards, and environmental standards. This will help in Brussels that the British, on the doorstep, for example, the standards may be to lose weight and get a competitive edge. The EU and maintain the Eu standards as it is to create a "level playing field", and that is the greatest major issue in the negotiations.
“If they realize that we will never agree and will have to go, then we will be able to make progress”and David Frost, a British toponderhandelaar, on the approach of the Brussels -
The UK wants the free trade agreement, and claims that, after Brexit a very high standard to keep up, but it refuses to be bound by the European standards. "The so-called level playing field would be to our country's fetter with the European rules and standards, in a way that is unprecedented for this type of free-trade agreements," said Frost after the last round. "When they realize that we will never agree and will have to go, then we will be able to make progress."
Analysts say that the British people do not agree with the European standards, because it is more difficult for the UK to have a trade to close in other countries as well. As for the British, the European rules would be to continue to keep, it would be a trade agreement with the United States of america, for example, is not about farming, and because the united states chloorkip are not on the Eu market must come from.
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Monday is the start of the fourth round. That is, for the time being the final round, which is on the agenda for a key deadline at the end of the month of June. Prior to July 1, the British people to decide whether or not the transition would be extended until after the the december and in the European standards to want to hold on to. The parties would therefore have more air in order to come to an agreement. The EU has several times said to be behind an extension of the stay alone.
as for The government, Johnson has only once, at the time, so the transition is not to extend, and as of 2021, the Brexit all the way around, you don't want. Johnson had warned in march that might even be the way to get to the negotiating table, as there is for the month of July, not enough progress is being made.
for example, If there is one thing we have learned since the referendum in 2016, it is under pressure, all liquid can be used. Last year, it seemed that the British and the EU, to leave without permission, but it was based on a concession contract, Johnson will still hit the thing and it rolled down there's a deal out.
so, It is still too early to make a here is a simple answer to this, but with a week's worth of stagnation in the negotiations seems to be the same no-deal scenario will be one step closer to.