The revised withdrawal agreement and political declaration are two documents that have been at the center of Brexit negotiations between the UK and the EU. These documents are essential to the process of the UK`s exit from the EU, and there is a lot of debate and discussion surrounding them.

The revised withdrawal agreement is essentially a legal document that outlines the terms of the UK`s exit from the EU. This document includes provisions on issues such as citizens` rights, the financial settlement, and the border between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland. The original withdrawal agreement was rejected by the UK parliament in January 2019, and the revised agreement was agreed upon by the UK and the EU in October 2019. The revised agreement made some significant changes to the original agreement, including changes to the Northern Ireland backstop, which was a significant sticking point for many UK politicians.

The political declaration is a shorter document, which sets out the framework for the UK`s future relationship with the EU. This document is not legally binding, but it is an important political agreement between the UK and the EU. The political declaration sets out the UK`s ambition for a close economic partnership with the EU, but it also allows the UK to pursue an independent trade policy. The document also includes provisions on issues such as security cooperation and foreign policy.

There is a lot of debate surrounding these two documents, particularly in the UK. Some people are critical of the revised agreement, arguing that it still leaves the UK too closely tied to the EU. Others are concerned that the political declaration is too vague, and that it does not provide enough detail on the future relationship between the UK and the EU.

It remains to be seen what will happen with these documents in the future. The UK was originally set to leave the EU on March 29th, 2019, but this deadline has been extended multiple times. The latest deadline is January 31st, 2020, and it is not yet clear whether the UK will leave the EU on this date or whether there will be another extension. Regardless of what happens, the revised withdrawal agreement and political declaration will continue to be important documents in the ongoing Brexit negotiations.