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Update Brexit:


The prime minister, 7th July 2018

1. Leaving the EU on 29th March 2019
2. Ending free movement and taking back control of our borders
3. No more sending vast sums of money each year to the EU
4. A new business friendly customs model with freedom to strike new trade deals around the world
5. UK-EU free trade area with a common rulebook for industrial goods and agricultural products which will be good for jobs
6. Commitment to maintain high standards on consumer and employment rights and the environment
7. Parliamentary lock on all new rules and regulations
8. Leaving the Common Agricultural Policy and Common Fisheries Policy
9. Restoring the supremacy of British courts by ending the jurisdiction of the ECJ in the UK
10. No hard border between NI and Ireland or between NI and GB
11. Continued close cooperation on security to keep our people safe
12. An independent foreign and defence policy working closely with the EU and other allies

Theresa May, 10 Downing street, London.”

Ton van Grinsven
Business Development Director Customs Support Group
0031 6 53 177 574

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