The EU and the UK have a Brexit deal
On December 24, 2020, the European Union concluded with Great Britain the so-called Brexit agreement, that is the Trade and Cooperation Agreement Between the European Union and the European Atomic Energy Community, of the One Part, and the United Kingdom Of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, of the Other Part.
The contract consists of 7 parts:
a) Common and institutional provisions,
b) Trade, transport, fishing and other arrangements,
c) Law enforcement and judicial cooperation in criminal matters,
d) Thematic cooperation (health and cyber security),
e) Participation in EU programs, sound financial management and financial provisions,
f) Dispute resolution and horizontal provisions,
g) Final provisions.
Several dozen annexes and 3 protocols are attached to the contract.
The Brexit agreement is awaiting it’s ratification in the European Parliament and the British Parliament.