BPA warns of post-Brexit challenges

BPA warns of post-Brexit challenges

BPA warns of post-Brexit challenges

EU President Donald Tusk said Wednesday the bloc does not want to "build a wall" with Britain as it leaves the bloc but warned in new guidelines for trade talks of a negative economic impact.

Philip Hammond said it was hard to imagine "any future UK-EU deal which would not include financial services would be fair and balanced".

In his starkest warning yet the powerful Eurocrat said without fresh thinking from London the Brexit talks will stall - and said: "Ireland first".

Though conceding that tariffs would hurt businesses and consumers, Fox sought to paint a rosy picture of the post-Brexit era, not least because trade with the European Union has diminished over the past decade.

The EU draft made clear that United Kingdom banks will be allowed to sell services in the EU "under host-state rules, including as regards right of establishment for providers". For the EU27, this is especially true when we talk about Brexit.

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"Discussions about who'll benefit long-term from new trade deals are clearly important but the reality on the ground today is that firms can't make their next move until they know what the state of play will be from March 2019", Cherry said.

Hammond's speech will be seen as a rebuke to the EU's negotiating position, while he also escalated tensions by warning European countries that any attempts to take finance industry business from London would backfire.

I appreciate that most the country is probably bored of hearing about Brexit, but if there is just one thing that should be (perhaps reluctantly) understood, it is the Prime Minister's speech that she gave on Friday last week and reiterated in the Commons on Monday.

Britain has so far failed to bring forward "specific and realistic" alternative proposals to keep the Irish border open without activating the EU's "backstop" option, he said.

But the remaining 27 European Union countries have vowed to resist all British attempts at "cherry-picking" - getting special treatment for Britain's financial services and auto industries - without the obligations and costs of membership.

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The EU will also require an air transport agreement, combined with an aviation safety agreement, to ensure a "strong level playing field in a highly competitive sector".

May's spokesman said Britain hoped the final guidelines "will provide the flexibility to allow the European Union to think creatively and imaginatively about our future economic partnership".

On Wednesday, Britain's finance minister Philip Hammond called on the European Union to agree to a "mutual recognition" pact for financial services with the bloc and Britain accepting each other's rules to avoid fragmenting markets.

The two sides are still poles apart in key areas, in particular how to avoid a border emerging on the divided island of Ireland when Northern Ireland becomes home to the U.K.'s land frontier with the EU.

"This is why we cannot offer the same in services as we can offer in goods".

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