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Pelosi warns Brexit could affect US-UK trade deal

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News video: UK and Japan agree free trade agreement

UK and Japan agree free trade agreement 00:51

The UK has secured its first major post-Brexit trade deal after signing anagreement with Japan which will boost trade by an estimated £15 billion.

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