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In any 'third-Country' trade deal that the EU does, none of its partners are required to implement EU rules in Domestic day-to-day activities; they must only be applied when the parties trade with each other. The reason why the Chequers deal referred to a 'Common' rulebook was because at the time, the UK was not really negotiating as an independent Country, ...


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