On 27 February, the UK government released a policy paper on its approach to negotiations with the European Union. Andrew Pilgrim, associate partner for financial services and government at EY, and Georgina Wright, senior researcher at the Institute for Government, join OMFIF’s Ben Rands to provide an overview of what this paper means for the future UK-EU relationship. They discuss the explicit link between fisheries and finance in the negotiations, prospects for a ‘level playing field’, and the need for Brussels to manage the likelihood of dynamic alignment.
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