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The future relationship between the EU and the UK

By Philippe-Emmanuel Partsch, Partner, Thomas Evans, Associate, and Alvaro Gomez de la Cruz Perez, Trainee, EU and Competition Law, Arendt Medernach*   Following the referendum of 23 June in the United Kingdom on membership of the European Union, the UK will need to negotiate its exit of the EU with the remaining Member States and the UK and EU will also aim to agree on their trade relationship once ‘Brexit’ has occurred. In this article, we look at the procedure for withdrawal as well as the different options upon which the future relationship between the EU and the UK could be based.   The withdrawal procedure   As has been widely reported in the press, the UK will not leave the EU overnight. Under Article...
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