The UK Government continues to explore with the EU how it can avoid a hard border between Ireland and Northern Ireland while remaining outside of the Customs Union post-Brexit.
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Resolving EU-UK disputes post-Brexit
UK state aid regulation in the event of a “no-deal” Brexit
The UK Government’s Brexit papers on ‘no deal’ planning: the impact on cross-border trade
Posted in WTO and international trade
Deal or no deal – the EU Commission paper on preparations for no deal
The EU Commission has published a communication on preparations in the event of a no-deal Brexit.
Chequers confirms that UK state aid rules will stay closely linked to Brussels following Brexit
The White Paper agreed by the Cabinet at Chequers on 6 July contains further detail on how the new state aid rules might operate, although the plan will be the subject of negotiations with the EU.
The UK Government’s Brexit White Paper – a focus on trade
UK Government agrees Brexit plan
In an attempt to end the impasse in Brexit negotiations, in particular, in relation to future customs arrangements, the UK Government has published a statement setting out its proposals for a future EU-UK...
The customs union is debated in Parliament
UK politicians continue to debate whether the UK should remain within a customs union with the EU post-Brexit.