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The European Union is reportedly planning to offer the UK a much worse trade deal than its agreements with Canada, Japan, and other major trade partners.
The EU has warned member states that UK industry bodies should not be allowed to certify that British goods conform to EU standards after Brexit, according to the Telegraph.

The European Commission’s position reflects concerns that the UK will seek to maintain access to the EU single market while diverging away on rules and regulations to gain an advantage.

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