Johnson says Britain should prepare for final no-deal break with Brussels
Friday, 16 October 2020 ()
Boris Johnson has said that, unless there is a "fundamental change of approach" from the EU, Britain is prepared to move to trading on World Trade Organisation rules when the Brexit transition period ends. The Prime Minister said this week's EU summit in Brussels has made clear that the EU is not prepared to offer the kind of Canada-style deal the UK is seeking. 30 PHOTOS Pictures of the week: October 11- 17 See Gallery Pictures of the week: October 11- 17 A woman looks at masks in a shop in London, Thursday, Oct. 15, 2020. The British government has moved London to its second-highest COVID-19 alert level as authorities seek to slow the exponential rise in infection rates across the country....
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