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  • 'Australian-style deal' suggested by Boris Johnson is 'code for no-deal', EU trade chief says

    Phil Hogan notes the EU does not have a deal with Australia

    The Independent
  • Boris Johnson's Brexit trade deal threat risks destroying UK trade with the EU, warn British businesses

    Reuters Business leaders urge Boris Johnson to scrap his threat to trade with the EU without a deal. The prime minister this week said Britain would walk away without a trade agreement if Brussels does not agree to the UK's terms of a Canada-style deal. However, this approach — compared by Johnson to Australia's relationship with the EU — would unleash chaos at the borders and cost billions, representatives of multiple sectors told Business Insider. The Food and Drink Federation, National...

    Business Insider
  • Boris Johnson rejects EU's post-Brexit trade deal

    David Frost, the Prime Minister's chief Brexit negotiator, is this weekend finalising the UK's demands for the deal, which must be secured by the end of this year to avoid a No Deal Brexit.

    Mail Online
  • Pound falls as Boris Johnson takes tough line on EU trade deal

    Post-Brexit stance by Brussels is threat of tariffs on UK goods unless rules are complied with The pound fell on Monday after Boris Johnson warned that Britain would not accept alignment with EU rules in any Brexit trade deal, while Brussels threatened to put tariffs on UK goods unless he complies. Sterling sold off sharply after the prime minister and the EU’s chief negotiator, Michel Barnier outlined tough opening positions for post-Brexit trade talks, dipping by more than two cents against...

    the Guardian