Published: Wed, April 11, 2018
Medical | By Marta Holmes

May hints at softer stance on European Union migration in Brexit trade talks

May hints at softer stance on European Union migration in Brexit trade talks

The survey results follow news India has called on Britain to do free-trade after Brexit in a massive boost for the UK.

The CBI study, compiled over a six-month period, says Brexit presents opportunities for rule changes in sectors such as agriculture, shipping and tourism that could benefit the British economy and consumers.

Smooth Operations is based on thousands of conversations with United Kingdom businesses, as well as dozens of leading trade associations, and provides an A to Z of the rules that will matter after the transition period.

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Utilities will hope the business body succeeds in winning over the government to the idea of a soft Brexit for energy before the wider withdrawal agreement is cast in stone.

"As I have said before, I am ambitious for the scale and the scope of this relationship and I want to ensure we maintain the closest possible links with our European allies". "Alignment with European Union energy and climate change rules will help achieve secure, an affordable and low-carbon energy supply for customers, as well as help the sector, which supports one in forty-eight jobs across the United Kingdom".

Negotiations are under way between the two sides, but the United Kingdom has already said it plans to leave the single market, which provides for frictionless trade across borders and involves the free movement of people between member states.

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Dr. Lee Rotherham, a member of the committee of "political figures, veteran activists and historians that cover the broadest of Eurosceptic opinion" that are running the future museum said to The Guardian of the project: "It's going to be a long, slow business... it's too early to move on to the legacy side of Brexit now, but unless we start the process now, some of the material will potentially be gone". From architects to zoos, it outlines the regulatory needs of 23 industry and service sectors, of which 18 prefer convergence or alignment for the majority of regulation that matters.

Another important finding is that changes to rules in one sector have significant knock on effects for companies in other sectors and throughout supply chains.

He said a future trade deal "should include a non-regression clause and prevent the reduction of pre-Brexit standards". With less than a year until exit day, what Brexit will mean is still unclear.

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