The country chosen is UK, where the focus is on Brexit negotiations. According to the European parliament, there are different views on the sequencing and scope of negotiations where the Department for the Existing the European Union is for the negotiations and to leave EU for the establishment of relations between UK and EU (Kreilinger et al., 2017). It includes the engaging of relations between UK and EU in a constructive manner with the sincere cooperation as well. The negotiations are managed by the different organizations along with handling the different institutions like DExEU coordinating between the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, UKREP (UK Permanent Representation to EU) and other parts.
The values are to recognize the importance of the business and work on handling the negotiation policy with the promotion of technical and scientific advancement and then work for the sustainable development with balanced economic growth and pricing stability. With this, the focus is on working towards securing the agreement on the economic and security cooperation. The major interest and the issues related to the system is to act and work towards the referendum campaign where the people are trying to maintain a balance on the government negotiating instance (Maslow, 2017). The economic outlook has a major impact on the Scottish policies. (Wincott, 2017). The issues are related to the priorities and the strength where the ability is to work on the plausible outcomes of Brexit talks. The big decisions are about the closest advisers with influence on negations with good working relationship.
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