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Brexit deal won’t be fully approved until end of April after UK agrees to EU request for delay – The Independent

Ministers had resisted two-month extension to EU’s ‘provisional application’ – warning about ‘uncertainty’ created



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The Brexit trade deal will not be fully approved by the EU until the end of April, after the UK reluctantly agreed to a two-month delay.
Ministers had resisted the move, insisting the provisional application given in December should end this month and warning about the uncertainty created.
Although Michael Gove gave the go-ahead, he said the new partnership council which businesses hope will ease the crisis caused by the Christmas Eve agreement should not begin work until ratification is completed….

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