|Author (Person)||Hogarth, Raphael|
|Publisher||Institute for Government|
|Publication Date||November 2018|
In this report published by the UK think tank Institute for Government in November 2018 the authors argued that the United Kingdom Government must explain who will take over from the European Commission and EU Agencies in ensuring British ministers and legislators meet their agreed obligations to the EU after Brexit.
They said that this supervision process would be particularly important if the UK was to retain the unprecedented market access the Government had said it wanted, and set out various options for oversight of the UK's future relationship with the EU.
In this paper, the authors explained what the UK Government had said so far about supervision, then set out the seven questions that the Government still needed to answer to fill the gaps in its plans. Ministers would then have to take these proposals to the EU, as one part of a wider plan for the governance of the relationship, to establish what was negotiable.
+ Does the UK want its compliance to be supervised by EU, European Free Trade Association or UK institutions?
|Countries / Regions||Europe, United Kingdom|