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Overseas Territories need to ensure Britain is proud of them, says Montserrat Premier

Premier Romeo - Christmas messageThe GBC has reported briefly the following which hopefully we will get more fully from the Premier when he returns from his meetings in the UK where he and a team is representing Montserrat at the JMC.

“Montserrat is hoping its 384 years of British history will ensure that its interests are properly considered in whatever deal Britain makes when it exits the European Union.

Montserrat Premier Donaldson Romeo told GBC that the Overseas Territories need to ensure Britain is proud of them and wants them to be a part of the new United Kingdom.

Mr Romeo also praised Mr Picardo for showing strong leadership among the territories, especially in his management of the Brexit issue.”

Montserrat is hoping its 384 years of British history will ensure that its interests are properly considered in whatever deal Britain makes when it exits the European Union.under-secretary-for-trade-mark-garnier

Montserrat Premier Donaldson Romeo told GBC that the Overseas Territories need to ensure Britain is proud of them and wants them to be a part of the new United Kingdom.

Mr Romeo also praised Mr Picardo for showing strong leadership among the territories, especially in his management of the Brexit issue.

 Overseas Territories to be fully involved in Brexit negotiations; says Mark Garnier

Meanwhile in related news coming from GBC on the JMC talks:

The UK’s Parliamentary Under-Secretary for International Trade says the Overseas Territories will “very much be involved in the process of the negotiations” of the UK’s deal with the EU as it progress through article 50. Mark Garnier told the House of Commons the UK has strong economic links with Gibraltar, highlighting that 20% of the UK car insurance market is underwritten within Gibraltar.

He was answering a question from Tory MP Andrew Rosindell, who asked for a progress report on new arrangements to be put in place with Gibraltar to ensure not only that there is a common market between the UK and Gibraltar post-Brexit, but that the Rock has uninterrupted access to financial services for its financial market.

Mr Garnier told Westminster he had met with many of the Overseas Territories leaders this week. He stressed that the UK has an interest not just in Gibraltar but in all the overseas territories.

Brex-IN interested party “delighted” with High Court judgement

 See: https://youtu.be/HkWrYyqBMIs urt judgement

An interested party in the ‘People’s Challenge’ against article 50 being triggered without parliamentary approval, has told GBC, he’s delighted with the high court judgement. 

Paul Cartright first got involved with Brex-In on social media, because of his great disappointment at the referendum result. He’s thanked all those who made the ‘A Parliamentary Prerogative’ campaign possible, especially those who helped fund it. The campaign lead up included a London march.

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Premier Romeo - Christmas messageThe GBC has reported briefly the following which hopefully we will get more fully from the Premier when he returns from his meetings in the UK where he and a team is representing Montserrat at the JMC.

“Montserrat is hoping its 384 years of British history will ensure that its interests are properly considered in whatever deal Britain makes when it exits the European Union.

Montserrat Premier Donaldson Romeo told GBC that the Overseas Territories need to ensure Britain is proud of them and wants them to be a part of the new United Kingdom.

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Mr Romeo also praised Mr Picardo for showing strong leadership among the territories, especially in his management of the Brexit issue.”

Montserrat is hoping its 384 years of British history will ensure that its interests are properly considered in whatever deal Britain makes when it exits the European Union.under-secretary-for-trade-mark-garnier

Montserrat Premier Donaldson Romeo told GBC that the Overseas Territories need to ensure Britain is proud of them and wants them to be a part of the new United Kingdom.

Mr Romeo also praised Mr Picardo for showing strong leadership among the territories, especially in his management of the Brexit issue.

 Overseas Territories to be fully involved in Brexit negotiations; says Mark Garnier

Meanwhile in related news coming from GBC on the JMC talks:

The UK’s Parliamentary Under-Secretary for International Trade says the Overseas Territories will “very much be involved in the process of the negotiations” of the UK’s deal with the EU as it progress through article 50. Mark Garnier told the House of Commons the UK has strong economic links with Gibraltar, highlighting that 20% of the UK car insurance market is underwritten within Gibraltar.

He was answering a question from Tory MP Andrew Rosindell, who asked for a progress report on new arrangements to be put in place with Gibraltar to ensure not only that there is a common market between the UK and Gibraltar post-Brexit, but that the Rock has uninterrupted access to financial services for its financial market.

Mr Garnier told Westminster he had met with many of the Overseas Territories leaders this week. He stressed that the UK has an interest not just in Gibraltar but in all the overseas territories.

Brex-IN interested party “delighted” with High Court judgement

 See: https://youtu.be/HkWrYyqBMIs urt judgement

An interested party in the ‘People’s Challenge’ against article 50 being triggered without parliamentary approval, has told GBC, he’s delighted with the high court judgement. 

Paul Cartright first got involved with Brex-In on social media, because of his great disappointment at the referendum result. He’s thanked all those who made the ‘A Parliamentary Prerogative’ campaign possible, especially those who helped fund it. The campaign lead up included a London march.