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Our entire post-Brexit relationship should not be decided all at once


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Mark Littlewood writes for the Daily Telegraph

“As a free trading independent nation, our alliances and agreements will be in a permanent state of flux” and regardless of whether the UK and EU reach an agreement on their trade relationship in 2020, the negotiations will continue, says Mark Littlewood, Director-General of the Institute of Economic Affairs.

Writing for the Daily Telegraph, Mark says “we are about to learn that Brexit is at least as much of a never-ending process as it is a specific event” but that this isn’t necessarily a negative, noting that with the failed negotiations between the EU and US “it would have been far more fruitful to have sought to make incremental progress, area by area.”

Read the full piece here.



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