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May raises possibility of transition deal to ease Britain's EU departure

Downing Street wants smooth exit that works for all sectors of UK economy

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Mrs May said she will give a speech on Brexit next month with more details of the government's plans and aims to stick to the timetable of beginning the formal procedure for Brexit by March at the latest.

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PRIME Minister Theresa May on Tuesday said she was planning to negotiate both Brexit and Britain's future relationship with the European Union by 2019, but a transition period may be required after that.

Appearing before a parliamentary committee, Mrs May said companies and

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