“Ministers have said they intend to transfer the deals the EU has with more than 70 countries into new, bilateral deals between the UK and those countries after Brexit.

This would ensure Britain retains access to these countries’ markets even though it will no longer be a member of the EU.

However, the International Trade Committee said the Government must provide “a legally watertight and practically viable strategy”, warning there is “an urgent need for clarity” on the matter.”

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/brexit-latest-trade-deals-70-countries-cliff-edge-international-trade-government-warn-a8242991.html

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