1. The UK's proposed goods schedule is 715 pages. The main problem is tariff quotas, pages 121–142 and 466–468 (25 pages = 3.5%).
3. The EU also faces negotiations over its revised tariff quotas (the same ones as the UK).
The difference? …
5. The UK chose a different route because those 680 pages of regular tariffs should sail through.
8. It's all under STANDARD procedures for modifying WTO commitments. Reactions are standard too