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Cake crumbs

3 February 2020 By Neil Unmack

The bloc wants the United Kingdom to abide by its standards and state aid rules, and give up fishing rights, in return for a tariff-free trade deal. It’s hard to square with the prime minister’s goals. Yet Brussels has left some wiggle room. And Johnson has compromised before.

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