The EU Budget after Brexit: Reform not Revolution

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Series Details April 2018
Publication Date 24/04/2018
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The EU was beginning to craft its financial framework (Multiannual Financial Framework or MFF) for 2020-26. The Commission was to make its formal proposal in May. The EU should make up for the loss of the UK’s annual net contribution of about €10 billion per year with a balanced combination of spending cuts and increased revenue. Rebates enjoyed by selected member-states should be scrapped, as they make the budget less just and less transparent.

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EP: EPRS: In-Depth Analysis, November 2017: The next Multiannual Financial Framework (MFF) and the Unity of EU budget
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