Published: Sat, September 15, 2018
Industry | By Terrell Bush

Britain warns will not pay Brexit cash if no European Union deal

Britain warns will not pay Brexit cash if no European Union deal

The Musicians' Union is the latest organisation to formally come out in favour of a referendum on the final Brexit deal negotiated (or not) by the United Kingdom government.

And the government is proposing to cap any data charges at £45 a month.

There's not actually time to organise a new vote ahead of the deadline for a Brexit deal to be done, which is at the end of March next year.

He added: "We can mitigate by taking a "continuity" approach, recognizing certain EU-approved goods for import into the UK".

"The main change for businesses will be that, in some cases, mergers that now meet the relevant EU thresholds will be reviewed by both the Competition and Markets Authority and the European Commission", the government said.

The government played down fears that holidaymakers would be hit with swingeing roaming charges for using mobile phone in the EU.

"We would be mindful of our strict legal obligations, but the amount and the phased way it is set out in the withdrawal agreement would fall away because there would be no deal".

For the public, Thursday's notices covered more mundane issues; the government said British drivers might need to obtain an global driving permit to drive in the EU.

White House says has not decided on Trump trip to Ireland
Irish officials described scant communication from Washington in the lead-up to the trip's announcement and apparent postponement. The meeting would apparently be on the sidelines of the World War I Armistice Day ceremonies on November 11.

The EU directive which capped the prices mobile phone operators could charge each other will no longer apply to the United Kingdom after Brexit.

He said one of the consequences of a "no deal" Brexit "is that obviously we wouldn't pay out the money that has been agreed as part of the withdrawal agreement".

Also like Galileo, the gift that is Brexit will likely mean that contracts with delivery dates that run past the March deadline will also be at risk.

He raised fears following the publication of the latest batch of technical notices from the UK Government, outlining preparations for leaving the European Union without withdrawal agreement, which they continue to stress is "unlikely".

Speaking before the plans were published, Brexit Secretary Dominic Raab warned rebel MPs they will have no choice but to back Theresa May - or risk Brexit chaos.

Vodafone, Three, EE and O2, which cover more than 85% of mobile subscribers, have said they have no current plans to change their approach to mobile roaming once the United Kingdom leaves.

Barnier said on Twitter that he had had a "useful dialogue" with Raab but that key differences remained between the European Union and Britain over the future of the Irish border and the EU's system of protecting food names.

Like this: