Slides on International agreements and trade policy and Services

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Programme: EU-UK Article 50 negotiations (Brussels, 6-9 February 2018)

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Minutes: ENVI Coordinator’s Meeting (24 January 2018)

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Brexit: Slides on Level Playing Field

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UPDATED – Written Answer to a Question: Legal mechanism for a transition period

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Updated – Event: LIBE – EMPL – PETI Joint Hearing on “Citizens’ rights after Brexit” (Brussels, 1 February 2018)

Update: press release from European Parliament.

The European Parliament has called for the withdrawal agreement to incorporate the full set of rights citizens currently enjoy and to ensure reciprocity, equity, symmetry and non-discrimination for EU citizens in the United Kingdom and UK citizens in the European Union. On 1 February 2018 the Committee on Employment and Social Affairs, the Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs and the Committee on Petitions will hold a public hearing to take stock of the situation on citizens’ rights after the announcement in December 2017 that sufficient progress has been achieved in the negotiations for the withdrawal agreement.

Opinion: EP ENVI Committee on the next MFF: Preparing Parliament’s position on the MFF post-2020

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Written Answer to a Question: Transitional period/relationship EU-UK

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Council Decision supplementing the Council Decision of 22 May 2017 authorising the opening of negotiations with the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland for an agreement setting out the arrangements for its withdrawal from the EU

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Council Decision supplementing the Council Decision of 22 May 2017 authorising the opening of negotiations with the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland for an agreement setting out the arrangements for its withdrawal from the European Union

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Press Release: Brexit: European Commission receives mandate to begin negotiations with the United Kingdom on transitional arrangements

The European Commission welcomes today’s decision by the General Affairs Council (Article 50) to allow negotiations to begin on possible transitional arrangements following the United Kingdom’s orderly withdrawal from the European Union.

Summary Record: Coreper (Art. 50) (24 January 2018)

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OPP Meeting Summary: EP ENVI Committee – Exchange of views with Guy Verhofstadt, EP Brexit coordinator, and Elmar Brok, member of the Brexit steering group, on the UK’s withdrawal from the EU (24 January 2018)

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Slides on Security, Defence and Foreign Policy and Police & judicial cooperation in criminal matters (Brexit)

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Press Release: S&Ds back a more representative Parliament and pave way for transnational lists of MEPS

The European Parliament’s constitutional affairs committee today backed a report outlining the make-up of the Parliament for the 2019 European elections. The main question for the report was how to use the 73 parliamentary seats that will become available when the UK leaves the EU. MEPs voted to reapportion 27 of these seats to countries that are currently underrepresented and reduce the overall number of MEPs from 751 to 705. They also opened the way for transnational lists of MEPs, to work alongside the current national ones.

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