UK will not Extend Brexit Transition Period Says Boris Johnson
The UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson retains the current transitional period which he decided with the European Union within his Brexit deal. The British will keep the EU on 31 January next year.
The changeover period within the package operates until December 2020.
The time period may then be extended by another a couple of years. This means that when the British House of Commons approves the offer, the EU regulations will still pertain to the British until at least the conclusion of 2020.
However, they are no longer allowed to take part in EU decisions after January 31.
“The federal government will not lengthen the changeover period of time,” said Johnson spokesperson nowadays. “The perfect minister feels there will be a good deal with the European Union by the end of 2020.”
He emphasised that all choices should be considered, including a departure through the EU with no package.