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Title: Brexit: views from around Europe on future relationship between UK and EU
Author(s): Tannam, Etain
Lazowski, Adam
Cento Bull, Anna
Lozano Contreras, Fernando
Berrod, Frédérique
Nehring, Holger
Keywords: Ireland
European Union
European single market
Brexit negotiations
Brexit deal
Irish border
Issue Date: 22-Nov-2018
Date Deposited: 26-Nov-2018
Publisher: The Conversation Trust
Citation: Tannam E, Lazowski A, Cento Bull A, Lozano Contreras F, Berrod F & Nehring H (2018) Brexit: views from around Europe on future relationship between UK and EU. The Conversation. 22.11.2018.
Abstract: First paragraph: Attention in European capitals has now turned to the detail of the future relationship between the EU and UK after Brexit. On November 22, the draft text of the Political Declaration on that future relationship was published by the EU. It must now be signed off by EU leaders. Here, academic experts from around the EU explain the priorities in member states for the next steps of the future EU-UK relationship. Read the view from Germany, Ireland, Spain, France, Italy and Poland.
Type: Newspaper/Magazine Article
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