The UK should be able to outline an interim trade agreement with the EU by the first quarter of 2018, Brexit Secretary David Davis said on Wednesday.
Testifying to the House of Commons, Davis admitted that “it is a negotiation,” admitting the government may not be able to deliver.
Following Theresa May’s Florence speech, the UK has made clear that it aims to retain access to the Single Market avoiding divestment and job losses.
As an open letter to the government by the five biggest business ...
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