Brexit Britain 'is not in competition with the EU' says expert
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Commission President Ursula von der Leyen will address the Parliament before MEPs are allowed to intervene in what is expected to be a bitter and twisted affair. Senior parliamentarians have already issued scathing statements about Brexit in the build-up to the final main stage moment for Brussels since 2016’s monumental referendum on our EU membership. But MEPs are set to overwhelmingly green-light the UK-EU Trade and Cooperation Agreement after being warned against voting it don and creating a fresh no-deal Brexit cliff-edge.
Their debate will kick off in under an hour and then they will vote on amendments to a resolution giving their official permission to ratify the future relationship pact.
The full voting results will be announced tomorrow because of coronavirus restrictions meaning not all MEPs can attend the chamber in Brussels.
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