The UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson retains the existing transitional period of time he agreed using the European Union in his Brexit offer. The British will keep the EU on 31 January next year.
The transition period included in the package works until December 2020.
The time period are able to be prolonged by another two years. This means that when the British Home of Commons approves the offer, the EU guidelines will still affect the British until at least the conclusion of 2020.
Nonetheless, they may be no longer able to take part in EU decisions after January 31.
“The federal government will never lengthen the transition period,” stated Johnson spokesperson these days. “The excellent minister thinks you will have a great deal with the European Union by the end of 2020.”
He emphasised that all options must be taken into account, together with a departure from the EU without having a offer.