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


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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