The European Parliament adopted a tough starting position for negotiations with Britain about its future relations with the EU.
MEPs called on Britain to adhere to EU policies in several sectors to an ambitious free trade agreement became possible.
Requirements range from management of chemicals to climate change, food labelling and subsidies for companies.
This should be done with the “dynamic target alignment,” said Euro MPs.
The resolution the EP calls for measures to ensure that Brexit is not caused discrimination on grounds of sex to cover the tax havens linked to Britain, and to the overall position of the UK and the EU at the forthcoming UN climate change conference in Glasgow in November.
The negotiating position of the EU will be agreed at the meeting of European Ministers on February 25.
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