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Johnson says Britain should prepare for final no-deal break with Brussels

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Johnson says Britain should prepare for final no-deal break with Brussels

Johnson says Britain should prepare for final no-deal break with Brussels

Boris Johnson has said that, unless there is a “fundamental change ofapproach” from the EU, Britain is prepared to move to trading on World TradeOrganisation rules when the Brexit transition period ends.


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