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Agreement on the so-called " divorce bill "; Agreement on rights of EU citizens living in the UK; Agreement on the border between Northern Ireland and the Republic within the withdrawal phase.
So ahead of, and throughout the negotiations, we will provide certainty wherever we can. We will provide as much information as we can without undermining the national interest.
Some effects of the UK withdrawal could emerge before the UK and the EU27 conclude the Article 50 negotiation, as a result of policies existing when the negotiation begins, or some change of policy later.
At the outset policy provisions binding on the EU include principles, aspirations and objectives set out in the TEU Treaty on European Union Preamble  and Articles,  of which Article 3 mentions the promotion of "scientific and technological advance" in a context governed by "The Union's aim is to promote peace, its values and the well-being of its peoples", the Union's internal market"work for the sustainable development of Europe based on balanced economic growth and price stability, a highly competitive social market economyaiming at full employment and social progress", and the requirement that "The Union shall pursue its objectives by appropriate means commensurate with the competences which are conferred upon it in the Treaties", and Article 4 mentions "competences not conferred upon the Union in the Treaties remain with the Member States".
Policies mentioned in the Preamble include: UK policy was stated in a white paper published in February The United Kingdom's exit from and new partnership with the European Union. Providing certainty and clarity, including a "Great Repeal Bill" to remove the European Communities Act from the statute book and convert existing EU law into domestic law.
Strengthening the Union of all parts of the Kingdom, and remaining fully committed to the Belfast Agreement and its successors. Working to deliver a practical solution that allows for the maintenance of the Common Travel Area whilst protecting the integrity of the UK immigration system, and which protects the strong ties with Ireland.
Controlling the number of EU nationals coming to the UK. Protecting and enhancing existing workers' rights. Forging a new partnership with the EU, including a wide reaching free trade agreement, and seeking a mutually beneficial new customs agreement with the EU.
Forging free trade relationships across the world. Remaining at the vanguard of science and innovation and seeking continued close collaboration with the UK's European partners. Continuing to work with the EU to preserve European security, to fight terrorism, and to uphold justice across Europe.
Seeking a phased process of implementation, in which both the UK and the EU institutions and the remaining EU Member States prepare for the new arrangements.
May reiterated the UK's aim for a "deep and special partnership" after Brexit. Negotiating groups were established for three topics: Progress was made in understanding each other's positions.
Agreement was reached on points including protecting the rights of frontier workers those living in one country and working in another ; recognition by the UK of social security contributions made both before and after exit; and continuation of healthcare reimbursement for UK citizens who are in the EU27 on exit day and vice versa.
He stated "Time is passing quickly" and added that "at the current speed, we are far from being able to recommend to the European Council that there has been sufficient progress in order to start discussions on the future relationship".
Mr Davis said the UK was not yet in a position to quantify its commitments. There was agreement on the definitions of permanent and temporary residence. The UK offered a more generous "right of return" after absence for longer than two consecutive years than the minimum rights under current EU law.
Rights of future family members remains a point of disagreement. The joint paper comparing the two parties' positions was again updated. There was technical progress on citizens' rights, although divergences remained on aspects of family reunion and the export from the UK of social security benefits.
On the Irish border, work continued to map out current areas of cooperation and build a picture of the future challenges. Barnier said this issue had reached an impasse. There was progress on the financial settlement and citizens' rights, but the meeting was abandoned after Northern Ireland's Democratic Unionist Party objected to arrangements for the Irish border; the agreement had earlier received the support of Leo VaradkarIreland's Taoiseach prime minister.
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Preparatory work, and intentions. According to the European parliament, "For the moment, it appears that the two sides have different views on the sequencing and scope of the negotiations, and notably the cross-over between the withdrawal agreement and the structure of future relations, and this divergence itself may be one of the first major challenges .
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