Influencing the EU after Brexit

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Publication Date January 2020
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As the government attempts to negotiate a new partnership with the EU it will have to rebuild its influence in Brussels. The UK will be an independent country, but it will still need to work with the EU to achieve common goals and pursue its commercial interests. This report sets out how the UK can ensure it remains an influential voice in the EU once it no longer has a vote or representation in the EU institutions.

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