11. Jan, 2018


Sounds exactly like the sort of arrangement Norway has with the EU.

Namely pay for access and abide by all the rules without a say in how they are set, arbitrated by the ECJ.

Thing is we will have to accept this if this what they insist on (and it's hard to see much movement on this by the EU) as a major chunk of our GDP comes from the Financial Services sector, which in turn is reliant on free access to the EU market.

Guess this is what 'taking back control' means?




The UK will be asked to make substantial indefinite contributions to the EU budget after Brexit in exchange for British banks having access to Europe’s financial markets,…