The news is coming thick and fast, this week, as politicians in London and Brussels start their posturing and set out starting positions for negotiating Brexit.
The UK’s PM, Theresa May, said, yesterday, she will be a “bloody difficult woman” in Brexit talks and chief EU negotiator, Michel Barnier, said, today, it will be “painful”. Not to mention all the gossip about “that dinner”.
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Yesterday was an important day in the Brexit process, with the European Union – through the European Council – announcing its agreed guidelines for negotiating the exit of the UK from the EU.
Press coverage has been predictably varied, but we recommend you read the full announcement on the EU’s website. It’s only 3 pages of A4 long, and written in clear, well summarised English.
This is an important piece of the Brexit puzzle, and hearing the EU’s approach from the “horse’s mouth” may give a fairer overview than many of the media reports, in our opinion.
There’s talk of agreeing a framework for future talks about the UK’s relationship with the EU post-Brexit, but – not surprisingly -there’s no mention of if or how we could rejoin later.