Fishing – In the fisheries sector, the UK and the EU are expected to ratify new fisheries agreements by 1 July 2020, i.e. before the end of the transition period. This should attract the attention of some media in the coming months! The EU proposes a single framework with a single governance system, with its draft agreement explicitly providing that future agreements between the EU and the UK are seen as complementary agreements subject to a common framework. The United Kingdom, for its part, proposed a “suite of agreements” that would be negotiated (and applied) independently of each other. The reason for the EU`s position is related to its dissatisfaction with its relations with Switzerland, which consists of many agreements with general low coordination. Moreover, if a common framework were to be applied, it would increase the scope for compromise. On the other hand, the UK`s preference for separate agreements may be justified by the desire to avoid reprisals in one area of future relations following a dispute in a completely different area. The third possible option – for Britain to ask for a further extension of the Brexit deadline beyond 31 October – is currently ruled out by Boris Johnson. However, if circumstances were to change for any reason (for example. B as mentioned above to allow the proclamation of a general election), this could come back on the table. This would require the UK to ask for an extension from the EU, and each of the other 27 EU member states must give its approval.

In her opening address to the plenary session of the European Parliament on 16 July 2019, Ursula von der Leyen, President-elect of the European Commission, said that the EU could accept a further extension of the United Kingdom and said that it was “ready to extend the withdrawal date further if more time is needed for a good reason”, adding: “In any case , the United Kingdom will remain our ally. Our partner and our friend. (a) amend the definition of the term “spiritual completion day” of subsection 1 to ensure that the day and time specified in the definition are the day and time of the end of the transition or implementation period provided for in Part 4 of the withdrawal agreement, and the withdrawal agreement also contains provisions for the United Kingdom to leave the convention establishing the status of European schools. , with the United Kingdom, which is bound by the Convention and accompanying regulations for accredited European schools until the end of the last academic year of the transition period.dem end of the spring semester 2020-2021. [20] (a) EU annex to immigration legislation, with the exception of these provisions or amendments to this annex, which are not effective in immigration legislation with regard to the residence system in relation to the UK`s withdrawal from the EU, and because of its inability last night to implement an accelerated timetable for the revision of the law on the withdrawal agreement from the European Union (agreement) , an online review of a 110-page bill that makes a 585-page withdrawal agreement legally effective in 48 hours) Boris Johnson has “interrupted” the legislative process until the EU decides whether to extend the current Brexit withdrawal date of 31 October 2019. This is now a likely outcome, as Donald Tusk has confirmed that he will recommend that the EU-27 accept the UK`s request for an extension. In addition, Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar confirmed his support for the proposal to grant the UK`s request. (c) Section 7B of this Act (as direct applicability or direct effect on the EEA-EFTA separation agreement and the Swiss Citizens` Rights Agreement) and (i) including Part 4 of the Withdrawal Agreement (implementation period) provided it is linked or likely to be applied to the common foreign and security policy , but with regard to the Irish border issue, there is a protocol for Northern Ireland (the “backstop”) which is attached to the agreement and to which the agreement is annexed