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British Cabinet Secretary of Staff: Delete the controversial part of the Internal Market Bill and negotiate “smoothier way forward”

British Cabinet Secretary of Staff: Delete the controversial part of the Internal Market Bill and negotiate "smoothier way forward"

△Michael Gove, Secretary of the Cabinet

Sky News reported on the 9th local time that Michael Gove, the British Cabinet Secretary of Staff, said that the British government’s abandonment of controversial contents in the Internal Markets Act made the British and EU trade negotiations “smoothier”.

On the afternoon of the 9th, Prime Minister Boris Johnson will go to Brussels to meet with European Commission President von der Leyen to make a breakthrough and make a final effort for the British-European trade negotiations.

On the 8th, Britain and the European Union reached an agreement on border inspection arrangements for Northern Ireland after the Brexit transition period.

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