#Brexit: Parliament to set out its vision for future EU-UK relations


"What we can agree, I think our position as Parliament is a reasonable one and gives an indication that we want to have, finally, an agreement that avoids the most hard damage that can be created".

"The SDLP knows that the only solution that will stop a hard Brexit and a hard border is for full alignment with the single market and the customs union".

I want the broadest and deepest possible agreement-covering more sectors and co-operating more fully than any Free Trade Agreement anywhere in the world today.
"However, if the European Union is genuine about finding agreement it must accept this requires the buy-in of both sides".

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However, it is still mandatory to link your welfare schemes with Aadhaar to get benefits under Article 7 before the deadline. Grover, said she was asked to come back with her Aadhaar number, which she did not possess, in case she wanted her passport.

The resolution, put forward by the Brexit Steering Committee, envisions an "association agreement", which committee head Guy Verhofstadt says would be "more ambitious" than a simple trade deal.

On Wednesday, Britain's finance minister Philip Hammond called on the European Union to agree to a "mutual recognition" pact for financial services with the bloc and Britain accepting each other's rules to avoid fragmenting markets. Here, the example of Switzerland may set a precedent, with Swiss Foreign Minister Ignazio Cassis recently stating that Switzerland could agree to an independent arbitration panel as part of a deal that would also allow Swiss laws to change in line with EU legislation, moving closer toward the EU's plans for a three-person arbitration panel to resolve Swiss-EU disputes.

He urged British Prime Minister Theresa May to give "more clarity on how the United Kingdom sees its future relationship with the EU". In the free trade agreement we can offer trade in goods, with the aim of covering all sectors, subject to zero tariffs and no quantitative restrictions.

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Speaker Sumitra Mahajan chose to adjourn the House when members stormed the well carrying placards after question hour. A similar situation prevailed in the Rajya Sabha which was adjourned within minutes after it met for the day.

Monday's report showed 70 percent of the extra costs in Britain from a no-deal Brexit would be shared by five industries: financial services, cars, agriculture and food and drink, consumer goods and chemicals and plastics. Of course, associate members typically do not have voting power and have to rely on soft influence.

The EU and Britain are hoping to seal a deal this month on a transition period after Brexit, and start talks on their future relationship this spring.

The somewhat escalated wrangling between the EU and Britain came after the bloc published its draft negotiating guidelines last week, which firmly refused what has been called "British cherry-picking" of privileges and responsibilities of membership in the Union.

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"We should all be clear that also when it comes to financial services, life will be different after Brexit". Much of it looks rather like groundhog day.