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Mark Prisk on Brexit: “We won’t get everything we seek”

A senior Conservative gives a sober assessment of Britain's post-Brexit trade prospects

By Mark Prisk  
Britain must be realistic about what it can get out of deal with the EU

Britain must be realistic about what it can get out of deal with the EU

Next year, for the first time in over 40 years, we will be able to negotiate and sign our own trade agreements with other independent nations. I see this as a great opportunity, though not without risk, that we should embrace.

It’s important to remember two things. First, exporting often operates without trade agreements. After all, the United States is…

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