A propaganda war erupted today after the EU undersold the UK Government’s achievements in the Brexit deal. An EU graph claimed Britain had kept just two of the benefits of being a member of the bloc – visa-free travel for 90 days and zero tariffs or quotas for trade in goods. However, a separate leaked UK document said areas that the EU had labelled as losses for Boris Johnson’s negotiators were actually victories. These included the creation of trusted trader schemes to slash red tape at the border, a new ‘Turing scheme’ to replace the Erasmus study abroad programme and the right for Britain to set its own standards on agricultural goods. A leaked Government document today showed the real wins for Britons after the transition period ends on December 31. Pictured, Prime Minister Boris Johnson revealed a deal had been agreed yesterday Issues such as free movement of people, trade and energy – which the EU labelled as losses for the UK in a graphic released yesterday – were actually wins, according to the table of UK victories (pictured) The UK government assessment said it had ‘insulated financial services from cross-retaliation’ in disputes about other areas of the agreement Some experts cast… Read full this story
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