A key outstanding issue between the EU and the UK in the negotiations on the future partnership agreement is the implementation of a level playing field for competition. The resolution of this issue will likely affect the shape of any future domestic subsidy regime in the UK. This article summarises the parties’ current positions and examines whether a compromise is possible. It also briefly discusses some of the questions that the House of Lords EU Committee recently raised on the negotiations and the UK’s future regime.
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