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2020

The UKCG and the European Parliament political group leaders issued the following statement after meeting with Chief EU Negotiator Michel Barnier and Joint Committee Co-Chair Maroš Šefčovič, on Friday, 11th September.
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European Parliament regrets that differences remain substantial, with little time left to reach an agreement on the future EU-UK relationship.
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Statement following meeting between Presidents of European Council, Commission, Parliament and UK PM Boris Johnson
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• UK needs to give guarantees on full reciprocity for fingerprint data exchange with EU countries   • Concerns over UK meeting EU data protection standards after the transition period MEPs want   • Council to wait for framework for future relationship with UK to be put in place
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EU funds to cover increased needs of member states’ healthcare systems due to pandemic Stock-piling and distribution of medical supplies across Europe Financial package contains additional funds, e.g. to help Greece tackle migratory pressures
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The EU has approved emergency measures to help farmers and fishermen affected by the coronavirus pandemic
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MEPs want to see a massive recovery package to support the European economy after the COVID-19 crisis, including recovery bonds guaranteed by the EU budget.
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Maximum flexibility to channel EU structural funds not yet used to fight impact of COVID-19 on citizens Enhanced support to EU fishers, aquaculture farmers and agri-food producers Fund for European Aid to the Most Deprived will continue to provide assistance where it is most needed
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Statement by David McAllister, Chair of Parliament’s UK Coordination Group, following the start of EU-UK negotiations on a future partnership on Monday 2 March.
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- The integrity of the EU Single Market and Customs Union must be preserved - There should be a “dynamic alignment” of EU-UK rules - The EU must protect its most sensitive sectors 
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The United Kingdom will remain a special and essential partner of the European Union after Brexit. The European Parliament’s Liaison Office in the UK will continue to operate after the UK's withdrawal from the EU.
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"A new dawn for Europe" - Op-ed article by Presidents David Sassoli, Charles Michel and Ursula von der Leyen
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UK Withdrawal Agreement cleared the second-to-last hurdle before entering into force Qualified majority vote in the Council to conclude the process, Brexit set to take place on 31 January 2020 
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The Constitutional Affairs Committee agreed on Thursday to recommend that the EP plenary should approve the UK withdrawal terms.
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- Concerns about the UK EU Settlement Scheme and the set-up of the independent authority - Freedom of movement, the length of the transition period and limiting the damage to EU and UK citizens’ lives at the heart of the debate 
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- First ever EU rules on collective redress - Consumers to be better protected in “mass harm” situations such as Dieselgate, Ryanair - Safeguards against abusive lawsuits (“loser pays principle”) 
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