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THE BREXIT WHITE PAPER ON FUTURE RELATIONS AND ALTERNATIVE PROPOSALS
After the Chequers Cabinet ‘away day’ on 6 July, Theresa May made a statement on the agreement she said had been reached on what the future relationship between the UK and the EU should look like. The Chequers statement set out the Government’s commitment to maintaining a “common rulebook” with the EU, in which it would harmonize with EU rules on trade in goods and agri-food in order to provide “frictionless trade”. Parliament, she said, would legislate on incorporating EU rules into the UK legal order, but choosing not to do so would have consequences for market access, security cooperation, and frictionless trade. STEFANO FELLA DOWNLOAD