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    The Great Repeal Bill White Paper: What companies need to know

    31 March 2017 - 

    The government has published a White Paper on legislating for the United Kingdom’s withdrawal from the European Union - the so-called “Great Repeal Bill”. The White Paper outlines how the government intends to carry EU law into UK law and ensure maximum certainty for business the day the UK leaves the EU. Outlined below are the main areas addressed in the White Paper and what businesses should be thinking about in relation to the Great Repeal Bill.

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    Brexit: The priorities for European countries

    29 March 2017 - 

    Discover the priorities for the EU negotiations with our interactive map

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    Business view on the Article 50 letter

    29 March 2017 - 

    Today, the Prime Minister triggered Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty with a letter to European Council President Donald Tusk. This act was the formal step required to begin the UK’s exit from the European Union. This note should help businesses understand the key issues of economic interest in the letter.

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    Article 50: The EU's response

    29 March 2017 - 

    The Prime Minister has now triggered Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty, officially setting the UK’s exit from the European Union in motion. The two-year time limit for negotiating the UK’s exit from the EU begins today, so we are now on the clock. This document explains the likely next steps.

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    European Parliament and Council adopt respective positions on EU ETS reform post-2020

    28 March 2017 - 

    The CBI continues to support the EU Emissions Trading Scheme (EU ETS) as the cornerstone of the EU’s efforts to achieve 40% cuts in carbon emissions by 2030 (based on 1990 levels). As a market-based system, the EU ETS has the best potential to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in the lowest cost way, and can create a clear market signal to drive low-carbon investment across Europe.  

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    The UK-Ireland relationship

    17 March 2017 - 

    Brexit Briefing (March 2017)

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    What happens if there is no deal?

    17 March 2017 - 

    Brexit Briefing (March 2017)

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    EU Regulation and the UK

    13 March 2017 - 

    Preparing business for changes in UK law-making after Brexit

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    CBI submission to the Treasury Select Committee's inquiry on EU Exit and transitional arrangements

    06 February 2017 - 

    The CBI held a number of consultation events and called for written contributions to help shape our submission to the Treasury Select Committee’s inquiry on EU Exit and transitional arrangements. 

    Our response highlights the importance of a smooth exit from the EU, avoiding a cliff-edge the day after we leave.

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