|Author (Corporate)||NAW Research Service|
|Series Title||In Brief|
The UK Government’s White Paper in July 2018 had provided the most detailed outline yet of what the UK Government wanted the UK’s economic relationship with the EU to look like after Brexit.
The White Paper stated that the UK Government, in order to fulfil its proposals for the future relationship, would like to see continued participation in a number of EU agencies after Brexit. According to the UK Government this would, amongst other things, enable the mutual recognition of standards, the sharing of essential expertise and personnel, and the exchange of data and information.
Those agencies that the UK Government were seeking future co-operation with, the reasons for doing so and their relevance to Wales were explored in this Blog post.
Previous titles in this series of Blog posts:
+ UK-EU Future Relationship: UK Government publishes its proposals for a future relationship with the EU, July 2018
|Countries / Regions||Wales|