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"It is essential that all stakeholders be made aware of this, and that they ensure their readiness for these broad and far-reaching changes, which will arise under any scenario, regardless of the outcome of negotiations between the European Union and the United Kingdom. There is no room for complacency or postponing readiness and adaptation measures in anticipation that an agreement would ensure continuity, because a large number of changes will be inevitable".
Who? The European Commission
When? 9 July 2020
Document: Commission Report
What happened? In its report, the EU Commission informs stakeholders of all the key area that will change in the relationship between the EU and the UK from 1 January 2020
Why does it matter? The UK left the EU on 1 February 2020. From 1 January 2021, the United Kingdom will no longer participate in the
EU’s Single Market and
Union policies and programmes,
nor benefit from the Union’s international agreements.
Inevitably, this will create barriers to trade in goods and services and to cross-border mobility and exchanges that do not exist today. But what changes exactly? The EU has produced a detailed report.
What can I do? Public administrations, businesses, citizens and stakeholders on both sides will be affected and must therefore prepare. The first step is accessing the report and assessing the impact of the points raised
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