“It makes no sense to negotiate a future deal (with) a British prime minister who throws out the window of the agreement he himself signed,” said Manfred Weber of the centre-right European People`s Party. The European Union and the United Kingdom have reached a draft withdrawal agreement. The 599-page withdrawal agreement covers the following main areas: The European Parliament should approve any trade deal, and the chairman of the largest legislative group said that any deal would have no chance with EU lawmakers if the UK complied with only the smallest paragraph of the Brexit deal. The British Parliament decides that a further extension of the Date of Brexit is necessary because it first wants to examine the corresponding laws before deciding on the withdrawal agreement. The UK government is then asking the EU to postpone the date of Brexit to 31 January 2020. The EU and the UK reach an interim agreement. It includes a transition period until 31 December 2020, during which all EU rules will continue to apply. It also covers the border between Ireland and Northern Ireland. It was signed “assuming that further agreements could be reached to clarify these aspects,” the spokesman added. The declaration on the future relationship between the European Union and the United Kingdom, also known as the Political Declaration, is a non-binding declaration, negotiated and signed at the same time as the mandatory and broader withdrawal agreement on the uk`s withdrawal from the European Union (EU), known as Brexit, and the planned end of the transition period. The rules for citizens and businesses wishing to move, work or study in another country after the end of the transition period will depend to a large extent on the outcome of the ongoing negotiations on future relations between the European Union and the United Kingdom.
If an agreement is not reached, the rules and rules must be applied to third countries outside the EU. If passed, the bill would be an “extremely serious violation” of the withdrawal agreement and international law. EU leaders approve the postponement of the date of Brexit to 31 January 2020, or earlier, if the UK and European parliaments approve the withdrawal deal by then.