What Will be the 3rd Way for EU Brexit?

What Will be the 3rd Way for EU Brexit?

Sam Orgill of ProACT Expatriate Advice considers what we know so far and recent developments in Brexit and the 4 areas of impact Expats should consider and review to protect Residency Rights, Tax on Income, securing Overseas Property, Medical Cover post Brexit.

Torpedoed

The British government find itself vetoed out of a financial settlement on EU Brexit not by one of the 27 remaining EU states, but by a King in the North, the leader of the Northern Ireland ‘government’ effectively vetoed the Financial Settlement to which the EU member states had agreed in principle.

Instead of announcing the way forward for trade talks this week, the British government is left scrambling for a 3rd way to EU Brexit.

In the EU game of thrones the king makers will continue to seek a 3rd way. The final agreement will be similar to the current proposal, if we get that far.

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There are 3 elephants in the room hindering an agreement on the financial settlement.

Firstly the UK government need consider how to eat the three elephants in the EU Brexit waiting room.  Theresa May’s government has allot to digest before they reach a Brexit agreement in the next 5 months.  It could be they have almost too much to swallow in order to achieve an acceptable first financial settlement by December 2018. Food for thought indeed.

 

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