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Four and a half years after that momentous day in June 2016 when the people of the UK voted narrowly to leave the European Union, the terms of that exit are finally known. After the many dramas of recent weeks, the Trade and Co-operation Agreement (TCA), which was struck between UK and EU negotiators on the afternoon of Christmas Eve, was broadly in line with what had been expected once it became clear that the
UK would be leaving the EU’s Single Market and Customs Union.
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