In December 2018, the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) ruled that the UK can unilaterally revoke its withdrawal notice as long as it is still a member and has not agreed on a withdrawal agreement. The decision to do so should be “clear and unconditional” and “follow a democratic process.”  If the UK withdrew its notification, it would remain a member of the EU under its current conditions of accession. The case was initiated by Scottish politicians and referred to the CJEU by the Scottish Court of Session.  The table below shows support for a public vote on the Withdrawal Agreement or a second referendum on the EU, according to polls conducted since the 2016 referendum. In September 2019, the Labour Party adopted the position of holding a public vote on whether to leave or stay, regardless of which party negotiated the withdrawal agreement.  The most important elements of the draft agreement are as follows: Several states have political parties that are represented in national assemblies or in the European Parliament and that are in favour of leaving the EU.  A referendum on the Brexit Withdrawal Agreement, also known as the “second referendum”[a] as a “referendum”[b] or “public confirmatory vote”, was proposed by a number of politicians and interest groups to break the deadlock in Parliament in 2017/19 over the meaningful vote on the Brexit deal. The letter called for a “deep and special relationship” between the UK and the EU, warning that failure to reach a deal would lead to EU-UK trade on world trade organisation terms and a weakening of UK cooperation in the fight against crime and terrorism. The letter proposed to prioritise a swift agreement on EU citizens` rights in the UK and vice versa. In the letter, the prime minister argued that the UK would not try to stay in the ESM because EU leaders did not want the ESM to make a “cherry choice”. Instead, Britain would seek a free trade agreement with the EU.  In response, Merkel insisted that the EU would not discuss future cooperation without first establishing the terms of the divorce, Verhofstadt called the letter “blackmail” on the issue of security and terrorism, and European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker warned that the UK`s decision to leave the bloc was a “decision, that they will regret one day.”  The agreement defines the goods, services and related processes.
It argues that any goods or services lawfully placed on the market before leaving the Union may continue to be made available to consumers in the United Kingdom or in the Member States of the Union (Articles 40 and 41). 1. The Government shall not conclude an agreement on the conditions for withdrawal from the European Union or on the future relationship of the United Kingdom with the European Union until the conditions set out in paragraph 2 are fulfilled. .