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If Labour really wants to move on, it has to back a second referendum | Tom Kibasi | Opinion | The Guardian
How can a referendum be won? Remainers need to stop talking to themselves and instead think about how to persuade people who voted leave last time to vote remain next time. Rather than trying to sell the virtues of the European project or making the case for “remain and reform”, Labour should instead make and win the argument that Brexit simply isn’t worth it: that there are more pressing priorities, from wages to NHS waiting times. The country has already wasted three years arguing about trading arrangements and regulatory alignment rather than about jobs, living standards and public services
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7 weeks ago by petej
ICO checklist - Leaving the EU with no deal - six steps to take (PDF) #GDPR #Brexit
If you only operate within the UK, you may not need to do much to prepare for
data protection after we leave the EU.
You may however need to ensure adequate safeguards are in place to maintain
any data flows from the European Economic Area (EEA), which includes the EU.
brexit  GDPR  datatransfer  ICO  guidance  EEA  EU 
january 2019 by corrickwales
Blog: Data protection and Brexit - ICO advice for organisations | ICO
The Government has made clear that the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will be absorbed into UK law at the point of exit, so there will be no substantive change to the rules that most organisations need to follow.

But organisations that rely on the transfers of personal data between the UK and the European Economic Area (EEA) may be affected.
ICO  Brexit  EEA  datatransfer  guidance  GDPR  dataprotection 
january 2019 by corrickwales
Take it from a Norwegian MP: we don’t want Britain in the EEA | Heidi Nordby Lunde | Opinion | The Guardian
More importantly to me, I do not believe it is in Norway’s interest to invite the UK into the Efta bloc. It would certainly upset the balance within Efta – and thus our relationship with the EU. Further, the EEA agreement presupposes a consensus between the countries to harmonise with the same EU laws and regulations the UK wants to veto. These are the laws and regulations we rely on to have frictionless access to our most important market. A veto from one country affects the other countries: letting the UK join Efta and the EEC agreement to veto parts of it could undermine the agreement for all of us.
UK  EU  Brexit  Norway  EEA  EFTA  singleMarket  regulation  freedomOfMovement  migration  NorwayPlus  politics 
december 2018 by petej

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