The UK has now exited the EU and is currently in a transition period until the 31st December 2020.
During this transition period, the trading relationship between the UK and EU will stay the same, while both parties seek to determine their future relationship. If the UK and EU do not ratify a deal on their future relationship by the end of December 2020 – and no extension to the transition period is agreed – then the UK will leave the EU without a trade a deal and trade between the two bodies will operate on WTO terms.
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