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e)the Overseas Territories of the United Kingdom where the agreement refers to «special arrangements» for their association with the EU.13 51 Public law for all, The Brexit Withdrawal Agreement: removing «control of our laws»? (23 November 2018): publiclawforeveryone.com/2018/11/23/the-brexit-withdrawal-agreement-taking-back-control-of-our-laws/ [accessed 18 December 2019] 84.As stated in the European Commission`s factsheet, «the agreement does not relate to the level of the United Kingdom`s financial obligations, but to the method of calculating them.»; 80 Our recent report Brexit: the financial settlement provides a more detailed analysis of the methodology for calculating the UK`s financial obligations, which will become binding under international law after the UK and the EU conclude the Withdrawal Agreement.81 We do not repeat this analysis in detail in this report. 91.The Government`s explanatory memorandum states that these provisions «aim to create legal certainty» and provide the technical basis for dismantling ongoing processes and arrangements «to ensure an orderly withdrawal».83 81.Nevertheless, the agreement on citizens` rights is quite comprehensive and will allow individuals and families to continue their lives and careers with minimal interruption. That is why we welcome all the provisions on citizens` rights. Given that more than 40% of applicants have received pre-tended applicant status to date, we note that the government will face an ongoing challenge to ensure a smooth transition to settlement applicant status. Article 26(1) of the Withdrawal Agreement is clearly designed to address the problems created by the CJEU`s policy, the perceived lack of impartiality, and to deal with them simply and quickly. The UK is currently party to The Hague due to its EU membership, but this will cease when the UK leaves the EU on 31 January 2020. However, as mentioned earlier, the UK and the EU have agreed that the UK will be treated as an EU member state during the transition period for the purposes of international agreements, which will include The Hague. The UK would have joined The Hague itself in the event of a no-deal exit immediately after the withdrawal date, but given the Withdrawal Agreement, it is now expected that the UK will withdraw its instrument of accession and (presumably) accede to it from the end of the transition period. 68 Withdrawal Agreement (19 December 2019), Articles 30 to 36. Article 33 is a new provision that would extend the articles on social security cooperation to Norway, Iceland, Liechtenstein and Switzerland, provided that each of these countries has concluded a corresponding agreement with the UK and the EU. The «explanatory» published by the UK government notes that the UK is also negotiating agreements on citizens` rights and a small number of separation issues with Norway, Iceland, Switzerland and Liechtenstein (see: Explanation of the agreement on the withdrawal of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland from the European Union). .