MEPs voted 544 to 110 in favor of a resolution setting out a position on Brexit that makes clear the U.K. cannot receive the same benefits from the EU when it is no longer a member.
The document — which was obtained ahead of publication by POLITICO — makes clear that a “deep and comprehensive” trade deal must entail “a binding interpretation role” for the European Court of Justice and “does not allow cherry-picking of sectors of the internal market.”
It also includes a proposal to use a so-called “association agreement” as the framework for a deal on the U.K.’s future relationship. …read more
Source: European Voice