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In a speech at Mansion House on a future economic partnership with the EU after Brexit, UK Prime Minister May expressed will- ingness to remain a part of European agencies relating to medicines, chemicals, and aviation. “We would, of course, accept that this would mean abiding by the rules of those agencies and making an appropriate financial contribution,” she said.
In draft guidelines, the EU reiterated their interest “to prevent unfair competitive advantage…through undercutting of current levels of protection with respect to competition and state aid, tax, social, environment and regulatory measures and practices.” In a London School of Economics podcast, Stefaan de Rynck, Senior Advisor to Michel Barnier, Chief EU Negotiator for Brexit, provided a state of play on the Brexit negotiations.[/membership]