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Britain needs EU to move for mutually beneficial trade deal, minister says

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LONDON (Reuters) - The European Union will need to move in negotiations but it is in the interests of both Britain and the bloc to get a trade deal, British minister Steve Barclay said on Tuesday.

"The fundamentals remain the same, it is in both sides interest to have a deal," Barclay, Chief Secretary to the Treasury, told Sky News.

"Whether there is a deal is not simply down to the actions of the Prime Minister. It needs the EU to move."

Britain needs EU to move for mutually beneficial trade deal, minister says
 

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peter bham
peter bham Dec 15, 2020 16:36
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Love it when Europeans worry about whether I have my five a day 🤣🤣🤣
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Mon Sat Dec 15, 2020 11:48
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Brexit boys - educate yourselves - loosers and dumb
david scott
david scott Dec 15, 2020 9:09
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the eu fear competition. uk price increases will be temporary until supply chains adjust to rest of the world.
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mal daly Dec 15, 2020 8:34
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a no deal would be an inconvenience for the EU, but a catastrophe for the UK. brexit has been a disaster for the UK and will only get worse.
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Brian Dickie Dec 15, 2020 8:34
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Not really, no one likes WTO rules, but we can import from other places than the EU, for the 40% of Imports we take from them. Its our hauliers who will suffer the most. As for exports, if you havent planned for this, have an EU branch already, dont have an EU partner or were anticpaiting remain, then you are likely to have issues. The world changes, for some it will be an opportunity, there will be an adjustement of a few percent Gdp initially, but not worth getting knickers in a twist. I love Europe, i despise the EU. and guess what, thats ok.
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So dumb- educate yourselves - how are you going to feed yourselvrs after brexit when 90% of food and agriculture comes from the EU
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Jason Rich Dec 15, 2020 7:58
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Doesnt need the EU to move for us ... thats just what WE need them to do ... they can’t let us go easy or the whole bloc is threatened ... that has always been a huge point
 
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