British trade experts “looking into shock interim 10YEAR Brexit deal with Brussels”

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Liam Fox’s Department for International Trade is exploring the possibility of keeping tariffs with the Brussels bloc at zero for a 10-year period which would give Britain more time to arrange a permanent deal, sources close to the World Trade Organisation (WTO) have claimed.

The EU and Britain would be allowed a “reasonable length of time” following Brexit to strike a free-trade deal before the pair would have to impose tariffs upon each other under Article 24 of the WTO’s General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade.

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