Negotiating in a light room: Brexit from a Danish perspective

Mads Christian Dagnis Jensen, Jesper Dahl Kelstrup

Publikation: Bidrag til bog/antologi/rapportBidrag til bog/antologiFormidling

Resumé

As negotiations over Brexit have progressed only slowly in 2018, a “no deal” scenario has become increasingly realistic. Danish officials did not consider “no deal” a possibility a year ago, but important and difficult issues remain in the negotiations, such that even if agreement is reached between the UK government and the EU27, it could be rejected in the House of Commons. As a result, preparations for a possible “no deal” have begun in Denmark and other member states. For example, more customs personnel have been employed.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
TitelNegotiating Brexit : Where Now?
RedaktørerHussain Kassim, Simon Usherwood
Antal sider3
ForlagESRC Economic & Social Research Council
Publikationsdato2018
Sider11-13
StatusUdgivet - 2018

Citer dette

Jensen, M. C. D., & Kelstrup, J. D. (2018). Negotiating in a light room: Brexit from a Danish perspective. I H. Kassim, & S. Usherwood (red.), Negotiating Brexit: Where Now? (s. 11-13). ESRC Economic & Social Research Council.
Jensen, Mads Christian Dagnis ; Kelstrup, Jesper Dahl. / Negotiating in a light room : Brexit from a Danish perspective. Negotiating Brexit: Where Now?. red. / Hussain Kassim ; Simon Usherwood. ESRC Economic & Social Research Council, 2018. s. 11-13
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