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Can we make the post-Brexit relationship with the EU work?

My parliamentary committee has studied the outstanding issues. Both sides should put aside the antagonism and solve them together

By Charles Kinnoull  

Photo: Terry Mathews / Alamy Stock Photo

The past few years of negotiation with the European Union have certainly not been a walk in the park. Concluding a Brexit agreement was a complicated and arduous process. But finally, we had a deal on the future relationship (the Trade and Cooperation Agreement, or TCA) and we have been operating under that agreement since 1st January. So, does this mean we can finally move beyond Brexit? The short answer is no. Or at least, not yet.

Since the TCA was agreed on Christmas Eve, relations with the EU have been turbulent. In February the Lords EU Select…

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