Brexit negotiations what exactly are the politicians hoping for
Boris Johnson love him or loathe him is a colorful character and I would bet (not a lot by the way) he is one of the most well recognized politicians in the UK.
Never backwards at coming forwards good old Boris has told the world his views on what a post-Brexit Britain should look like, including making property purchases more difficult for overseas investors.
Boris Johnson explained why we would have to wait till after Brexit to implement the proposed rule changes.
He told the telegraph: “It is often pointed out that the price of housing in certain parts of London may be increased by buyers from overseas.
“But there is no point in putting any kind of tax on foreign buyers, because the inhabitants of 27 other countries cannot legally be treated as foreign.”
Another goal on his agenda is to make sure the government honors its pledge that the NHS would benefit from £350million per week if after Brexit talks were concluded.
He said the UK would be “roughly” £350million better off every week and it would be a “fine thing” if a lot if went on the health service.
Here is a summary of the UK’s main proposals for Brexit
- To form a new deeper, stronger relationship with the European Union
- Confidentiality and access to documents: The UK hope the same level of cooperation is extended after Brexit.
- Nuclear materials and safeguards issues: continued teamwork on nuclear research and development.
- Enforcement and dispute resolution: to leave completely ‘the jurisdiction of the European Court of Justice’, the EU’s highest court.
- Customs: UK wants to leave the European customs union in 2019, but maintain ‘the freest and most frictionless trade possible in goods’ with the EU
- Northern Ireland: Will not introduce any border infrastructure at the 500km Northern Ireland Border.
Mr. Johnson said: “Once we have settled our accounts, we will take back control of roughly £350million per week.
“It would be a fine thing as many of us have pointed out if a lot of that money went on the NHS, provided we use that cash injection to modernize and make the most of new technology…
“One of the advantages of investing in the NHS – if we combine that investment with reform – is that we can turbo charge the role of our health service in driving bioscience.”
Mrs. May is scheduled to set out her own vision for Brexit in a speech in Florence, Italy, next week.
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