Negotiations on the post-Brexit relationship between the United Kingdom and the European Union are looking a lot like the negotiations on the Brexit withdrawal agreement last year. Each side says the other needs to make a move. And if there is to be a deal, it will probably come at the eleventh hour. That means compromises will have to emerge in September before a deal is agreed in October – leaving both sides just enough time to ratify an agreement before the end of the year. There have been suggestions of potential progress this week – on the role of the European Court of Justice and on the overall structure of a future agreement. UK-EU trade deal some way off, both sides say What are the sticking points in the trade talks? But differences between the two sides are substantial, and go to the heart of what the Brexit process is all about: how closely aligned will the UK be with the EU in the future? For the UK sovereignty is key; for the EU the priority is to protect the integrity of its single market. And for now, the two sides often seem to be talking past each other… Read full this story
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