The British government has published a plan for Brexit

David Davis

The British government published the “White book”, which contains a plan for the country’s exit from the EU (Brexit). It is reported by Reuters on Thursday, 2 February.

A document of 77 pages, contains 12 main points made by the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom Theresa may on 17 January. It was presented in Parliament by the Minister for Brexit David Davis.

In the White paper, in particular, refers to the preservation of a free trade zone with the EU, continuing cooperation in the military sphere and in the fight against crime and terrorism. While the British economy leaving the European single market, which implies free movement of the population and recognition of the jurisdiction of the European court, which is incompatible with Brexit.

In November 2016 may has announced its intention to begin formal negotiations with the European Union on Brexit at the end of March 2017. In January, Britain’s Supreme court ordered the Prime Minister to first obtain the consent of Parliament.

A referendum on leaving the United Kingdom from the EU was held on 23 June last year. For Brexit voted more than half of Britons who took part in the plebiscite. After that, the resignation of Prime Minister David Cameron, who opposed withdrawal from the EU, and in its place came Theresa may.