“There Must be a Trade Deal Between EU-UK”
Hee’s what’s interesting about my reading. It’s about the state of EU-UK Trade. Although significant, particularly because adherence to international law it will decide the role of the UK in the family of nations as a stalwart of the rule of law which remains a sideshow. The main issue is whether or not, after the Brexit transition phase expires on Dec. 31, the UK and the EU will be able to work out a trade agreement to come into force?
Currently, if we will look at it, the state help and fishing are the two sticking points. The former is essential to the EU because it does not wish to see government funding for industries affecting the competitiveness balance. Although the UK has been explicit that funding for unsustainable industries will stay away from 1970s-style funding, it leaves an open environmental and labor regulations.