Circle Talks: The Brexit deal is done: A win for all?

13 January 2021 - 19:00(UK TIME)

The Brexit deal is done: A win for all?

Circle Foundation is proud to announce its second series of Brexit seminar on ‘The Brexit ‘deal is done’: a win for all?’ which will be held on the 13th of January at 7 pm.

Just 2 weeks before the end of the transition period, we discussed the Brexit, whether or not the UK will reach a deal with the EU.

After months of negotiations, the UK and European Union finally agreed a deal that will define their future relationship.

The EU sought to protect the fundamental freedoms of its single market while the UK prioritised limiting the erosion of sovereignty through its international obligations. In both respects each side can claim to have achieved their objectives.

The deal marks just the beginning of the UK’s new relationship with the EU, and will inevitably evolve over time.

In this webinar we will be discussing the short and long term implications of the new deal for both the UK and the EU.

The panel speakers:

Circle Talks: The Brexit deal is done: A win for all?

13 January 2021 - 19:00(UK TIME)

The Brexit deal is done: A win for all?

Circle Foundation is proud to announce its second series of Brexit seminar on ‘The Brexit ‘deal is done’: a win for all?’ which will be held on the 13th of January at 7 pm.

Just 2 weeks before the end of the transition period, we discussed the Brexit, whether or not the UK will reach a deal with the EU.

After months of negotiations, the UK and European Union finally agreed a deal that will define their future relationship.

The EU sought to protect the fundamental freedoms of its single market while the UK prioritised limiting the erosion of sovereignty through its international obligations. In both respects each side can claim to have achieved their objectives.

The deal marks just the beginning of the UK’s new relationship with the EU, and will inevitably evolve over time.

In this webinar we will be discussing the short and long term implications of the new deal for both the UK and the EU.

The panel speakers: