Britain urged the European Union (EU) on Monday not to separate goods from their services in Brexit talks, further outlining its negotiating stance to try to nudge discussions forward to the second phase on future relations. In two position papers — one on goods and the other on confidentiality — the government set out more proposals that it said would help "give businesses and consumers certainty and confidence" after Britain leaves the bloc in March 2019. Much of what it proposed was in line with the EU's own policy document published earlier this ...
Brexit talks: Goods, services must be treated together, says UK to EU
This outlines Britain's negotiating stance to try to nudge discussions forward to the second phase