The UK Prime Minister managed to overcome disagreements with members of the Cabinet because of the principles of cooperation with Brussels after March 29, 2019.Prime Minister Theresa may managed on Friday evening, July 6, to enlist the support of a majority of the members of his Cabinet in relation to the communication plan of London with the European Union after the “Brickset”. Negotiations extending over several hours, was held in the suburban residence of the Prime Ministers of Chequers in Buckinghamshire.
Mei has achieved the approval of the project to create a free trade area between the UK and the EU, involving a barrier-free circulation of industrial goods and agricultural products. At the same time the British service sector will not be as broad access to European markets.
In Brussels have long been waiting for specific proposals of London on this account. Initially it was assumed that at least some of them, the UK voiced at the recent EU summit on 28-29 June, but contrary to expectations this did not happen.
The plan may provide a clear position on one of the most contentious issues, namely declaring the no border checks between Ireland and Northern Ireland. Many of the provisions of the Belfast agreement in 1998, putting an end to years of bloody conflict over the status of this region, based on the fact that this border is not monitored.
In addition, it is assumed that the EU and the UK would develop a “joint institutional framework” for consistent interpretation of legal agreements between them. In the UK, the last word will be for the local courts “with due regard to the case law of the EU” in the respective fields. However, the European court of justice in Luxembourg will cease to London to play the role of the Supreme court, decisions which cannot be appealed.
Finally, the Cabinet may have approved the principle, “to use the British tariffs and trade policy for British goods, and tariffs and EU regulations – for products intended for the EU.” This approach will allow us to avoid customs inspections after 29 March 2019 – when the country is expected to leave the European community.
The Reaction Of Brussels
The head of the EU delegation in the negotiations on Brexit Michel Barnier on Twitter have already welcomed the agreements, but added: “We will evaluate these proposals and see how they apply in practice, and realistic.”
The British called for the country’s withdrawal from the EU in a referendum in June 2016, supporting its 52 percent of the vote. Opposition to British policy, a Pro-European-minded, at the moment require a second referendum, on the grounds that many citizens in 2016 are not aware of all the consequences of their decisions.