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The CPTPP trade deal shatters the ‘little Englander’ Brexit myth

31 March 2023

6:08 PM

31 March 2023

6:08 PM

Britain’s acceptance into the Comprehensive and Progressive Trans Pacific Partnership (CPTPP) will be presented by the government as a triumph, a statement that Britain really does, finally, have something substantive to show for Brexit.

It is a deal which could not have been done so long as Britain remained a member of the EU, as the only trade deals we were allowed to enter into were those negotiated by the EU on our behalf. Cynics

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