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Old 27.06.2016, 18:05
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Re: The Brexit referendum thread: potential consequences for GB, EU and the Brits in

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I think the 2 big elements to be decided in a deal (apart from the dozens of other issues) are:

- tariffs and access to markets; and
- passporting rules

I would suggest the following broad deal which should be achievable:

- UK out of EU/EEA
- No automatic free movement, but but maybe limited free movement for those with a job offer, or studying as a concession
- Reciprocal tariff-free access to markets in UK/EU
- Continued reciprocal passporting rules for financial services
Do you realise that free movement today means free movement only for those with something to do, you know, like a job offer or study?

Yeah, that's called the EEA. Congratulations

Edit: Sorry, even the EEA doesnt have the ability to offer financial services on an equal footing.
So basically, why should the UK get EEA+ ? Whats the leverage?
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