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UK wants to have its Brexit cake and eat it, too

ANALYSIS: The UK's Brexit proposal would be good news for agricultural companies and other retail and production companies, although service companies and financial firms could be squeezed. However, the parties are still far from reaching an accord, writes Watchmedier's EU correspondent, who has dived into the White Paper.

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More than two years after the British referendum to leave the EU, UK Prime Minister Theresa May was finally able to clarify how she imagines the country's relationship to the EU after finally leaving the union.

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