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Donelan: No trade deal with US in near future

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Donelan: No trade deal with US in near future

Donelan: No trade deal with US in near future

Culture Secretary Michelle Donelan says the UK will not be signing a post-Brexit trade deal with the US in the near future as Liz Truss heads to New York for her first bilateral meeting with President Joe Biden.

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