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Jonathan Djanogly questions Prime Minister on Brexit negotiations

11th December 2017

Following the Prime Minister’s statement on Brexit, Jonathan Djanogly asks her about comments from the EU’s chief negotiator on the decoupling of future security negotiations from future trade discussions.

Mr Jonathan Djanogly (Huntingdon) (Con)

In congratulating the Prime Minister and the Brexit Secretary on this very significant achievement, may I point out that when the Brexit Committee met Mr Barnier recently, he spoke about decoupling future security discussions from future trade discussions? I would be interested to hear my right hon. Friend’s views on whether that is the right way forward.

The Prime Minister

As we move into the next phase, we will be negotiating our future relationship and future partnership with the European Union. That will be across all aspects of our current relationship with the European Union, so it will be about negotiating on trade and negotiating on security. I set out in my Florence speech that we expect to negotiate a separate treaty on our security arrangements and co-operation.

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