The Financial Times reports on Bermuda’s and other British Overseas Territories’ BREXIT priorities

The article, by Henry Mance and published on 7 February 2017, reports that “Britain’s overseas territories have laid out their differing priorities for Brexit, including continued development funds, quota-free fish exports, and the right for their citizens to travel freely through the EU.

… Tuesday’s meeting included Robin Walker, Brexit minister, and Foreign Office minister Baroness Anelay.

The 10 overseas territories that attended were Anguilla; Bermuda; British Virgin Islands; the Cayman Islands; the Falkland Islands; Montserrat; the Pitcairn Islands; St Helena and Ascension Island; Tristan da Cunha; and the Turks and Caicos Islands.

Gibraltar was also represented, although it is receiving special consideration by the UK government given that it applies most EU law and has a land border with Spain …”.


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