What are the EU's core principles for Brexit?



2017-03-31T11:03:21.155Z
2017-03-31T11:03:21.155Z

European Union Quarter in Brussels. leonyaakov

What are the negotiating principles the EU will use for its negotiations with the UK about it leaving the union?

The draft negotiating principles to be used by the EU in negotiations with the UK about Brexit are:

  • The EU wishes to have the UK as a close partner in the future
  • Any agreement must be based on a balance of rights and obligations, and ensure a level-playing field
  • The Single Market can't be broken down into individual industries or sectors
  • A non-member of the EU can't have the same rights and benefits as a member
  • Individual EU states will not negotiate separately with the UK

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