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Britain and the EU have intensified talks to find a trade deal that will replace the ties severed by Brexit, but with only a few months until a deal needs to be reached, the two sides remain far apart.
The next round of talks begins on Monday and will be held face to face for the first time since the coronavirus epidemic.
Frost said they would be focused on whether “genuine and rapid progress” could be made.
Taking to Twitter this afternoon, he said: “The government will not agree to ideas like the one currently circulating giving the EU a new right to retaliate with tariffs if we chose to make laws suiting our interests.
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