The Phase 1 Deal: Costly EU demands on regulatory alignment could prevent us securing trade deals elsewhere

By Martin Howe QC

Our government on our behalf is offering to pay the EU around €45-50 billion of money that we don’t legally owe, to submit to our courts and our Parliament being overruled by a wholly foreign court after we have left the EU, and to commit to keep our regulation in agriculture and possibly other fields “aligned” with the EU in order to resolve the Irish border issue. This is all so that we can reach the nirvana of having not an actual trade deal, but just talks about a trade deal. Continue reading “The Phase 1 Deal: Costly EU demands on regulatory alignment could prevent us securing trade deals elsewhere”

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