The thirteenth webinar in "Europe Debates" series
With the end of the yearlong transition period looming, the United Kingdom's final exit from the European Union is not far ahead. And yet despite this deadline, the prospect of a trade agreement still seems to be uncertain. The European Union has been entrenched in its positions, refusing to give ground to the United Kingdom on several of the remaining key areas. With both European and British businesses dependent on the continuous undisrupted flow of trade, the importance of reaching an agreement is more important than ever. With a no deal Brexit on the horizon what needs to be done to ensure that an amicable trade arrangement can be reached? What ground could be given on either side to make it possible? What are the areas of greatest concern for the UK and EU? And most importantly of all – will the EU meet the December 31st deadline?
Join us for Europe Debates: The Brexit Trade Deal as we answer all of these questions and more with our panel of experts and politicians on Tuesday 24th November at 14:00 CET.
ECR Party Executive Director
Roberts Zīle MEP
Member of European Parliament, Latvia
Charlie Weimers MEP
Member of European Parliament, Sweden
David Campbell Bannerman
Former Conservative MEP
Director Political Insight UK & Former Conservative MP