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These Brexit highlights bring you a summary of the latest Brexit news and legislation updates from across a range of LexisNexis® practice areas, collated on 26 June 2020.
This section contains key overarching Brexit news headlines.
The UK and EU have published the agenda for the next round of negotiations on the future UK-EU relationship, which will take place in Brussels between 29 June and 3 July 2020. This is the first in a series of 'intensified' negotiating rounds endorsed by UK and EU leaders at the High Level Conference on 15 June 2020. Negotiators will meet face to face, for focused talks on a smaller scale. The next round incorporates a series of restricted two-hour sessions on a number of core issues, beginning with some of the more contentious areas including level playing field, governance, and fisheries. Sessions on trade in goods and services, criminal law enforcement and judicial co-operation, energy and transport are also scheduled, as well as sessions on participation in EU programmes, social security co-ordination and thematic co-operation. Though the UK and EU have agreed on the need for swift and substantive progress, they appear fixed on their core positions on the most contentious issues. With both sides calling for movement from the other, the pathway to compromise remains unclear.
See: LNB News 25/06/2020 97.
The Council of the European Union adopted conclusions on the future UK-EU relationship, ahead of the negotiations commencing on 29 June in Brussels. Reiterating their readiness to reach an ambitious agreement with the UK, as well as pledging full support for EU chief negotiator Michel Barnier, EU27 leaders reinforced the need to adhere to the EU’s previous statements and declarations, and in particular the Political Declaration, establishing the ‘key parameters of the envisaged partnership’
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