LONDON — British Brexit Secretary David Davis said he has “no intrinsic objection” to the U.K. entering into a so-called association agreement with the EU after Brexit.
Speaking to the House of Lords’ European Union committee on Tuesday, Davis said a proposal from the European Parliament for such a post-Brexit arrangement may have merit depending on its terms.
“Some association agreements are stepping stones to membership — you’ve got Ukraine, for example — and so it depends what’s included,” he said. “We would not, for example, want to see it bring [European Court of Justice] jurisdiction in. But as a sort of …read more
Source: POLITICO – Europe Edition