- Theresa May’s Brexit plan—reaction from the EU
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- Reed Smith’s Andrew Tetley, who sits on the ICC International Court of Arbitration in Paris, gives the view from France:
- Boris Dzida, partner at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer in Hamburg, outlines the key points noted in Germany:
- Eleonora Poli of the Institute of International Affairs in Rome raises concerns from Italy:
- Rem Korteweg of the Centre for European Reform presents a perspective from the Netherlands:
Public Law analysis: There has been EU-wide agreement and cautious welcome in response to the Prime Minister’s outline of a ‘hard’ Brexit in which the UK leaves the EU single market and the customs union. Despite cordial affectations on both sides, however, concern lingers around the UK’s expectations. We asked what the main talking points were in France, Germany, Italy and the Netherlands.
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