Getting ready for changes - Communication on readiness at the end of the transition period between the European Union and the United Kingdom (European Commission) 09/07/2020
Even if the European Union and the United Kingdom conclude a highly ambitious partnership covering all areas agreed in the Political Declaration by the end of 2020, the United Kingdom’s withdrawal from the EU acquis, the internal market and the Customs Union, at the end of the transition period will inevitably create barriers to trade and cross-border exchanges that do not exist today.
For some weeks the British government has been planning a “shock and awe” campaign to warn British businesses that they have less than six months to prepare for Brexit; but the EU has beaten them to it.
‘New start: let’s get going’: Brexit information campaign warns Britons of risks as full departure looms 12/07/2020
Talk of ‘opportunity’ likened to Orwell-style ‘Newspeak’ – as advice highlights perils from new travel rules, bigger phone bills and border chaos.
Brexifornia: Checking out but never leaving 08/06/2020
Brexit will never be over.
With a month to go, here is everything you need to know about travel in the event of a no-deal Brexit.
No-deal Brexit: 10 ways it could affect you 01/08/2019
How could you be affected if the UK does leave the EU without an agreement?
A previously confidential government study detailing 142 areas of life in Northern Ireland that will be impacted by Brexit has been published, revealing risks to everything from cooperation on congenital heart disease and cross-border child protection to rules preventing the looting of national treasures.
"The Regulation defines a harmonized legal and tariff framework for roaming on public mobile communication networks within ECOWAS Member States and will solve the problem of high cost of roaming services in the region through the elimination or reduction of call tariffs, SMS charges and data costs, among others."
MEPs have the power to approve, amend or reject nearly all EU legislation. / So what have they achieved in this five-year term?
Ministers ‘cave to lobbying might of telecoms companies’, Labour deputy leader Tom Watson says.