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Government reports substantial progress on UK’s Euratom exit

The government has published the first update on its progress to withdraw from the European Atomic Energy Community, but the report leaves unanswered too many questions about potential stumbling blocks.

The report, dated 26 March, said “substantial progress” had been made on plans to leave Euratom, and repeated reassurances that its proposed nuclear safeguards regime would be ready in time for Brexit. However, it gave scant details on this progress.

The government was “moving swiftly” to establish the legislative and regulatory framework for its safeguards regime, the report said.

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