Series: Institute for the Study of European laws (ISEL)
Speaker: Professor Sir Alan Dashwood, City, University of London
Professor Sir Alan Dashwood’s talk will be in three parts
- Existing models for organising the relationship between the EU and third countries, briefly noting pros and cons.
- Proposal for a bespoke relationship, which Sir Alan calls a “maximalist solution” – in the jargon, a “soft Brexit” – which Sir Alan believes would best preserve the vital interests both of the UK and of the 27 remaining Member States. In broad terms, this would comprise membership of the internal market, with some curbs on new job seekers, and “add-ons” in the form of continuing participation in various policies, where the UK’s contribution has been especially valued in the past.
- Finally, Sir Alan will discuss how the withdrawal arrangements and the arrangements for the longer term relationship between the UK and the EU should be packaged legally.
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1.00pm - 3.00pmWednesday 30th November 2016
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