For the EMA:Milan -- 2/1Bratislava -- 5/1Lille -- 6/1Amsterdam -- 10/1Copenhagen -- 10/1Vienna -- 10/1Barcelona -- 16/1Dublin -- 16/1Helsinki -- 16/1Porto -- 16/1Stockholm -- 16/1Bonn -- 20/1Warsaw -- 20/1Zagreb -- 20/1Athens -- 25/1Brussels -- 25/1Bucharest -- 25/1Sofia -- 25/1Valletta -- 33/1For the EBA:Frankfurt -- 6/4Vienna -- 2/1Dublin -- 5/1Paris -- 8/1Prague -- 16/1Warsaw -- 16/1Brussels -- 20/1Luxembourg City -- 20/1
Today is a day to divvy up the spoils. With Brexit EU agencies will leave Britain, and 19 European cities are competing to grab European Medicines Agency (EMA) and 8 cities are fighting over the European Banking Authority (EBA). Politico has an overview of the election procedure, How to watch the Brexit battle for EU agencies like a pro and helpfully comes up with the bookies' odds. Fight! It's the EU agency free-for-all
In case you wondered, and of course you did:
Airbus boss says Brexit risks losing UK aviation's 'crown jewels' to ChinaUK operations chief tells MPs trade barriers and restricted movement for staff will put thousands of jobs in Wales at risk The Airbus factory in Broughton, North Wales pictured in 2006. Photograph: David Levene for the GuardianAirbus has told MPs that Britain risks losing the "crown jewels" of its aviation industry to China as a result of Brexit, putting up to 7,000 wing-manufacturing jobs in Wales at risk.The company's senior corporate representative in the UK warned the business select committee that the threat of new customs bureaucracy and reduced employee mobility could deter long-term investment and accelerate a shift to Asia.Though there are no current plans to move, Katherine Bennett said, she was "fighting to ensure that wing design - the crown jewels of aerospace - remains in this country"."I need to let you know, committee, that other countries would dearly love to design and build wings," she told MPs. "Some of them already do; we do build wings in China now, and believe you me they are knocking at the door as a result of the situation we are in in this country."Every single thing we export goes into the EU - we don't export anywhere else - so non-tariff barriers are a really big thing for us," added Bennet. "[This is] yet another burden going on my shoulder when I am putting a good case for the UK". (The Guardian)
and meantime plan my third trip to the Netherlands!
Amsterdam will be the new home of EMA
Every single thing we export goes into the EU - we don't export anywhere else...
Just to your info.Since the Guardian changed ownership it ceased to be what it once was and became the same "bundle of rubbish" as the rest of your and our guided mass media. So far you are almost right. BTW, those who miss the old Guardian may check Off Guardian.
It is still lefty dear trying hard man.
Ministers are facing MPs' questions about the failure to strike a Brexit deal following a DUP backlash.The DUP, whose support the government needs in key votes, said it would not accept a deal on the Irish border which saw Northern Ireland treated differently from the rest of the UK.
and the UK becomes a third world country as far as the EU is concerned.
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