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No 10 says an EU free trade deal still possible despite legal threats

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No 10 says an EU free trade deal still possible despite legal threatsDowning Street has insisted a post-Brexit free trade deal with the EU is still possible despite an increasingly bitter war of words with Brussels amid the threat of legal action. The European Commission has given the UK until the end of the month to drop legislation enabling ministers to override provisions in the Brexit Withdrawal Agreement relating to Northern Ireland. Following a stormy meeting in London on Thursday, the commission warned the UK was...
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