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Coronavirus: Brexit trade talks set be shelved due to outbreak, Michael Gove reveals

Independent Wednesday, 11 March 2020
The next round of post-Brexit trade talks is likely to be shelved because of the coronavirus crisis, Michael Gove has revealed.
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