Joint report from the negotiators of the European Union and the United Kingdom Government on progress during phase 1 of negotiations under Article 50 TEU on the United Kingdom’s orderly withdrawal from the European Union

Joint Report

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La Corte di giustizia risponde alla Corte costituzionale nel caso Taricco

SENTENZA DELLA CORTE (Grande Sezione) 5 dicembre 2017, causa C?42/17

L’articolo 325, paragrafi 1 e 2, TFUE dev’essere interpretato nel senso che esso impone al giudice nazionale di disapplicare, nell’ambito di un procedimento penale riguardante reati in materia di imposta sul valore aggiunto, disposizioni interne sulla prescrizione, rientranti nel diritto sostanziale nazionale, che ostino all’inflizione di sanzioni penali effettive e dissuasive in un numero considerevole di casi di frode grave che ledono gli interessi finanziari dell’Unione europea o che prevedano, per i casi di frode grave che ledono tali interessi, termini di prescrizione più brevi di quelli previsti per i casi che ledono gli interessi finanziari dello Stato membro interessato, a meno che una disapplicazione siffatta comporti una violazione del principio di legalità dei reati e delle pene a causa dell’insufficiente determinatezza della legge applicabile, o dell’applicazione retroattiva di una normativa che impone un regime di punibilità più severo di quello vigente al momento della commissione del reato.

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Joint letter from the EU and the UK Permanent Representatives to the WTO

Joint letter from the EU and the UK Permanent Representatives to the WTO

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Testo del discorso del Premier Theresa May sulla Brexit – Firenze, Italia – Text of Theresa May’s speech on Brexit – Florence, Italy

discorso May 22 settembre 2017

https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2017-09-22/u-k-prime-minister-theresa-may-s-speech-in-florence-text

May – Florence.key

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Position paper on Customs related matters needed for an orderly withdrawal of the UK from the Union

https://ec.europa.eu/commission/publications/position-paper-customs-related-matters-needed-orderly-withdrawal-uk-union_en

Pdf

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Future customs arrangements

https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/future-customs-arrangements-a-future-partnership-paper

This paper discusses options for new customs arrangements between the UK and the EU in the future partnership.

Future_customs_arrangements_-_a_future_partnership_paper.pdf

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Brexit – sito del Consiglio europeo e del Coniglio dell’Unione europea

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Il Consiglio, nella formazione a 27, ha adottato la decisione che autorizza l’apertura dei negoziati con il Regno Unito e ha nominato la Commissione come negoziatore per l’UE. Il Consiglio ha anche adottato le direttive per il negoziato. – Council (Art 50) authorises the start of Brexit talks and adopts negotiating directives

Council (Art 50) authorises the start of Brexit talks and adopts negotiating directives

The Council, meeting in an EU27 format, adopted a decision authorising the opening of Brexit negotiations with the UK and formally nominating the Commission as EU negotiator. The Council also adopted negotiating directives for the talks.

Il Consiglio, nella formazione a 27, ha adottato la decisione che autorizza l’apertura dei negoziati con il Regno Unito e ha nominato la Commissione come negoziatore per l’UE. Il Consiglio ha anche adottato le direttive per il negoziato.

Directives for the negotiation 22 May 2017

On 29 April 2017, the European Council adopted guidelines as provided for in
Article 50(2) TEU. In particular, it endorsed the procedural arrangements set out in the Annex to the Statement of the 27 Heads of State or Government as well as the Presidents of the European Council and the European Commission of 15 December 2016. In accordance with point 4 of that Annex, between the meetings of the European Council, the Council and the Committee of Permanent Representatives of the Governments of the Member States (Coreper), assisted by a dedicated Working Party with a permanent chair, will ensure that the negotiations are conducted in line with the European Council guidelines and the Council negotiating directives, and provide guidance to the Union negotiator.

An ad hoc Working Party on Article 50 TEU (‘ad hoc Working Party’) with a permanent chair should therefore be established.

COUNCIL DECISION concerning the establishment of the ad hoc Working Party on Article 50 TEU chaired by the General Secretariat of the Council

Outcome of the Council meeting 3542nd Council meeting General Affairs (Art. 50) Brussels, 22 May 2017

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Orientamenti del Consiglio europeo (Articolo 50) per i negoziati sulla Brexit – Guidelines adopted by the European Council following the United Kingdom’s notification under Article 50 TEU

Press release

Orientamenti per la Brexit

Guidelines Brexit

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La lettera di notifica del Regno Unito sulla base dell’art. 50 – Article 50 notification letter from the United Kingdom

Article 50 notification letter from the United Kingdom

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Statement by the European Council (Art. 50) on the UK notification

Today, the European Council received a letter from the British Prime Minister, Theresa May, notifying the United Kingdom’s intention to leave the European Union. This notification follows the referendum of 23 June 2016 and starts the withdrawal process under Article 50 of the Treaty. We regret that the United Kingdom will leave the European Union, but we are ready for the process that we now will have to follow.

For the European Union, the first step will now be the adoption of guidelines for the negotiations by the European Council. These guidelines will set out the overall positions and principles in light of which the Union, represented by the European Commission, will negotiate with the United Kingdom.

In these negotiations the Union will act as one and preserve its interests. Our first priority will be to minimise the uncertainty caused by the decision of the United Kingdom for our citizens, businesses and Member States. Therefore, we will start by focusing on all key arrangements for an orderly withdrawal.

We will approach these talks constructively and strive to find an agreement. In the future, we hope to have the United Kingdom as a close partner.

President Tusk has convened the European Council on 29 April 2017.

http://www.consilium.europa.eu/it/press/press-releases/2017/03/29-euco-50-statement-uk-notification/

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