UK’s Brexit Talks Another Victim Of Coronavirus – FTA Plans With EU Could Be In Jeopardy
The second round of the UK’s talks on exiting the EU by the end of the year have been called off over COVID-19, but whether this is a temporary derailment or a more structural issue for the UK’s planned EU separation is the question emerging.
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