Four weeks before Conservatives go to the polls (July 22) to elect their next leader and, incidentally, the next British prime minister, Boris Johnson admits that the orderly “no deal” he is describing necessitates a deal with the EU.
In an LBC radio interview, Johnson admitted that he could not hope for a “standstill” trade relationship with the EU after Brexit unless the other 27 EU member states agreed. “What you can’t do is unilaterally use a Gatt 24 solution,” Mr Johnson admitted, “but you...


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