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What happens after Brexit in the UK

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Expecting the European Parliament additionally gives the green light, the UK will officially leave the EU on 31 January with a withdrawal deal - and it will at that point go into a transition period that is planned to end on 31 December 2020. During this period the UK will effectively stay in the EU's customs association and single market - yet will be outside the political establishments and there will be no British individuals from the European Parliament. Future trade deal The primary need will be to arrange an economic accord with the EU. The UK needs however much access as could reasonably be expected for its merchandise and enterprises to the EU. In any case, the administration has clarified that the UK must leave the traditions association and single market and end the general purview of the European Court of Justice. Time is short. The EU could take a long time to concur a formal arranging order - all the staying 27 part states and the European Parliament must be in understanding. That implies formal talks may just start in March. Mr Johnson's withdrawal charge precludes any type of expansion to the progress time frame. If no exchange accord has been concurred and confirmed before the year's over, at that point the UK faces the possibility of duties on fares to the EU. Mr Johnson has contended that as the UK is totally adjusted to EU leads, the arrangement ought to be clear. Be that as it may, pundits have brought up that the UK wishes to have the opportunity to veer from EU administers so it can do manages different nations - and that will make dealings increasingly troublesome. It's not just a trade deal that needs to be sorted out. The UK must agree how it is going to co-operate with the EU on security and law enforcement. The UK is set to leave the European Arrest Warrant scheme and will have to agree a replacement. It must also agree deals in a number of other areas where co-operation is needed.

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