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May wants reciprocal binding trade agreements after Brexit

She also said she would not let the UK's exit from the EU jeopardise the progress made on securing peace in N Ireland

Mrs May stressed the importance of close ties between Britain and the EU on regulations and standards.


BRITISH Prime Minister Theresa May said on Friday that Britain's future trading relationship with the European Union would need to maintain links and ensure reciprocal binding agreements.

In setting out her vision for a Brexit deal, Mrs May, who has long kept her cards close...

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