The United Kingdom is still entitled to its share in the amounts recovered under the guarantees of the Member States and on the balance of its appeal account of its Member State. The UK`s share of this paragraph is proportional to its respective participation in each guarantee contract. with regard to the provisions of Article 29, paragraphs 2, 3 and 4, Directive 2009/81/EC, Procedures under Article 33, paragraphs 2 to 5, directive 2014/24/EU and Article 51, paragraph 2, 2014/25/EU Directive, relating to the implementation of the following framework agreements concluded by contracting powers or contracting entities of the Member States or the United Kingdom, including contracting on the basis of such framework agreements: With regard to Article 36, paragraph 3, Regulation (EEC) No. 1408/271 (agreement on reimbursement or waiver of reimbursement of in-kind costs covered by Chapter 1, Title III, Regulation (EEC) 1408/71), Amended by the exchange of letters of May 4 and July 23, 1982 (Agreement on reimbursement of costs covered by Article 22 paragraph 1 point (a) of Regulation (CEE) 1408/71) 2. Is there a disagreement between the EU and the United Kingdom on the reasonable period of time for compliance with the arbitration panel`s decision, the applicant asks in writing to the arbitration panel to establish the duration of the reasonable period of time within forty days of the notification covered in paragraph 1 of the applicant. This request is notified to the respondent at the same time. The arbitration panel notifies the EU and the United Kingdom of its decision on the deadline for compliance within 40 days of filing the application. NOTE that, although EU law is applicable to the United Kingdom and the United Kingdom during the transitional period, it is important that the United Kingdom take steps to prepare and implement new international arrangements, including in areas under the exclusive jurisdiction of the Union, provided that these agreements do not enter into force or apply during this period; if the EU has not been approved, the European Parliament and Council Regulation 2016/1076 of 8 June 2016 on the application of the regime for products originating in certain Member States in the Group of African, Caribbean and Pacific States (ACP) which, in the agreements, leads to the creation of economic partnership agreements (36) , IN THE CONTEXT OF THE NON-DETERMINATION TO THAT the UK`s withdrawal from the Union presents considerable challenges for the maintenance and development of North-South cooperation, if an agreement cannot be reached on the inclusion of the newly adopted act in the relevant annex of this Protocol, consider all other possibilities for maintaining this protocol The October MDM contained a provision (paragraph 31) that would have created a structure for Parliament to monitor negotiations on future EU relations. This provision could, in turn, have led Members to seek, for example, the agreement of Members on the government`s negotiating mandate, which could have led to a strengthening of control by parliamentary committees.

The decision not to include section 31 in the BMS shows that the government does not want to be bound by legal requirements to obtain the agreement of the Commons at certain stages of the negotiations. From the point of view of the rule of law, this seems to be short-sighted. Article 31 provided a way to increase the transparency and accessibility of the British government`s role in shaping future relations, an international agreement that will have a profound impact on the British people. In the absence of such a provision, Parliament and the Government must find alternative mechanisms to ensure that parliamentarians and public opinion can be involved in the monitoring of international agreements.