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A comprehensive free-trade agreement between the UK and the EU is now looking more likely, avoiding the need for tariffs on agricultural goods traded between the two areas, Defra secretary Michael Gove has predicted. His comments follow the conclusion of the first phase of Brexit negotiations between the UK government and the European Commission, covering the terms of the divorce bill, arrangements for an open Irish border and citizens’ rights. See also: FW Brexit survey seeks farmer feedback On the […]
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