Britain Prepares for a Softer Brexit

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Series Details June 2017
Publication Date 27/06/2017
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Britain’s general election has increased the chances of a ‘softer’ Brexit. A softer Brexit is likely to mean a serious transitional phase, to cover the years that will elapse between when the UK leaves the EU and when its future free trade agreement (FTA) takes effect. In the longer term, a softer Brexit would mean introduction of only modest curbs on free movement of labour; staying in some EU regulatory agencies; remaining in the customs union; and retention of a role for the ECJ.

Source Link http://www.cer.eu/insights/britain-prepares-softer-brexit
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ECFR: Commentary, 15.06.17: There Is nothing to back expectations of a softer Brexit http://www.ecfr.eu/article/commentary_there_is_nothing_to_back_expectations_of_a_softer_brexit
ESO: Key source: United Kingdom: Parliamentary Election, 8 June 2017 http://www.europeansources.info/record/united-kingdom-general-election-2017/
ESO: Background information: Manufacturers call for Brexit strategy rethink http://www.europeansources.info/record/manufacturers-call-for-brexit-strategy-rethink/

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