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Link to the full draft:
Draft Agreement on the withdrawal of the United Kingdom ofGreat Britain and Northern Ireland from the European Union and the European Atomic Energy Community, as agreed at negotiators’ level on 14 November 2018.
Published 14 November 2018
From: Prime Minister’s Office, 10 Downing Street and The Rt Hon Theresa May MP
The Cabinet has just had a long, detailed and impassioned debate on the draft Withdrawal Agreement and the Outline Political Declarat
The British government are sending out hundreds of emails for the various sections on a no deal scenario. This in reference to Residency and Driving Licences. Though we echo what the UK government are saying about the intention of reaching an ag
Should we be concerned if reciprocity as asked for by the UK and included in the last UK/EU agreement is introduced by Spain?
Please note that the below is relevant to EU citizens already residing and working in the industries mentioned below.
The proposal from the UK government after the famous meeting at Chequers. Citizens appear to be the only losers in the new proposal.
12:47pm, 12 July 2018: First published.
The Future Relationship Between the UK and the EU Proposal
Most will be aware that yesterday the UK government held a meeting at chequers to discuss the future relationship with the EU. The agreement (according to the government) is to be put into a white paper and has caused furore amongst leave and re
TRE picked up on the debate on the CAB FB pages after a post showing that our EU Citizenship status will be lost after the withdrawal date of March 2019. The interview will be in relation to our preparedness and not a debate on remaining in or l
We endeavour to keep our members up to date with the Article 50 negotiations between the UK and the EU 27 Member States. Below we have provided a list of topics for future discussions. “These topics for discussions on the future framework
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