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The European Union and the United Kingdom are negotiating future partnerships covering all areas agreed in the joint Political Declaration of the end of 2020 when the United Kingdom withdraws from the EU acquis, the internal market and the Customs Union.

How things will change for cross-border trade and consumer rights has not been finalised, but any past and future agreement will have broad and far-reaching consequences for public administrations, businesses and citizens as of 1 January 2021.

The European Commission has indicated how things might change in terms of passenger rights and other consumer protection rights after the Brexit transition period ends.

Read the notices below:

WITHDRAWAL OF THE UNITED KINGDOM AND EU RULES ON CONSUMER PROTECTION AND PASSENGER RIGHTS

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WITHDRAWAL OF THE UNITED KINGDOM AND EU RULES IN THE FIELD OF DATA PROTECTION

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WITHDRAWAL OF THE UNITED KINGDOM AND EU RULES IN THE FIELD OF ELECTRONIC COMMERCE AND NET NEUTRALITY

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WITHDRAWAL OF THE UNITED KINGDOM AND EU RULES IN THE FIELD OF ELECTRONIC COMMUNICATIONS, INCL. ROAMING

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WITHDRAWAL OF THE UNITED KINGDOM AND EU RULES IN THE FIELD OF GEO-BLOCKING

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WITHDRAWAL OF THE UNITED KINGDOM AND EU RULES IN RELATION TO ONLINE SALES OF GOODS WITH SUBSEQUENT PARCEL DELIVERY (INCL. ‘ONLINE PHARMACIES’)

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