For the future relationship, the UK is seeking an adequacy decision as a basis for the transfer of data from the EU to the UK. The outline of the Political Declaration on the Future Relationship, published at the same time as the draft Withdrawal Agreement, states that the EU will „endeavour“ to adopt an adequacy decision with regard to the UNITED Kingdom by the end of the transition period. The UK will also try to put in place a mechanism to ensure a free flow of data from the UK to the EU. In the period immediately following the UK`s withdrawal from the EU on 29 March 2019, but before the entry into force of the EU-UK Treaty on the Future Relationship, EU law (including data protection law) will continue to apply to the UK. This is the period that the Withdrawal Agreement calls the „transition period“, but which the UK calls the „implementation period“ (it`s actually the same thing). It is not known how long the transition period will last. The Withdrawal Agreement provides for an extension until an as yet unknown date. This is a useful addition to the text compared to the version published in March and removes the potential „cliff edge“ that the UK faced at the end of 2020 if the future relationship had not yet been agreed. „there was no agreement between theory and measurement“; „The results of two tests were in agreement“ But opinions about what happens if the UK refuses to pay, and it is possible that the UK will end up in an international tribunal. A no-deal exit from the European Union means the UK leaves without formal agreements for our future relationship with the bloc.
No one really knows what will happen at the Irish border when there is a no-deal Brexit on October 31. These concern in particular citizens – Swedes and other EU citizens residing in the UK, as well as Britons here in Sweden. The regulation means that their situation is unlikely to change and that Swedes currently living in the UK will be able to continue to live, work, study and retire there. The agreement covers all issues that affect citizens in their daily lives, i.e. residence rights and social security benefits such as social security, medical and health care, pensions, unemployment insurance, student allowances and various forms of family benefits. The recognition of diplomas and other professional qualifications is also covered. My sign of the symbolism of the summit, its organization and its ability to hit the right note is certainly an A-plus. As for the substance, a big question mark remains, the central product of this historic meeting seems to be an agreement to do things that both sides have agreed on in the past.
There would also likely be an immediate decline in the value of the pound if no agreement emerges. .