|Author (Person)||Cleppe, Pieter|
The author discusses the findings of two reports from Dutch organisations on Brexit published in March 2017. He suggests that both can be seen as a boost to the UK in its quest for market access to the EU market after Brexit.
One report was commissioned by the Dutch Parliament. Guarantee the rights of Dutch citizens in the United Kingdom and preserve the close trading relationship with the United Kingdom. Those were two of a total of five recommendations in the report delivered by Members of Parliament Marit Maij (PvdA) and Pieter Omtzigt (CDA) on the 21 March 2017 about the intended exit of the United Kingdom from the European Union (EU).
The second report was requested by the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Advisory Council on International Affairs (AIV) that would examine the following questions:
+ From the Netherlands’ perspective, what should be the key elements of the new bilateral relationship with the United Kingdom?
|Countries / Regions||Netherlands, United Kingdom|