UK, EU closer to final stage of post-Brexit
The UK government is eager to resolve trade issues and break the political deadlock ahead of the 25th anniversary of Northern Ireland's 1998 Good.
The United Kingdom and the European Union have moved closer to negotiating 'post-Brexit' trade deals,which includes agreements on customs, tariffs, state aid.
The UK government is eager to resolve trade issues and break the political deadlock ahead of the 25th anniversary of Northern Ireland's 1998. state aid and taxation, sanitary checks, and governance.
It is counting on an agreement with the EU to ease checks and entice unionists back into government.UK wants to provide subsidy controls .
Tax breaks in the region but this no longer allows any EU state aid or VAT rules. A UK compromise on state aid would limit the UK's ability to provide financial support.
Another topic to discuss is a deal on British steel arriving in Northern Ireland, which the EU's
chief negotiator sounded optimistic about last week.
The region has a well-known shipbuilding tradition - the Titanic was built in Belfast.The UK wants to take over the role of the combined courts and create its own independent arbitration panel.
Even though this would be a red line for the EU. A compromise could be a combination of an arbitration body with the ECJ still overseeing EU law.