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Foreign Office staff banned from saying 'no-deal Brexit' despite threat of UK leaving EU with no trade agreement

Independent Wednesday, 5 February 2020
Diplomats told to say 'trading relationship with the EU like Australia' - although Canberra lacks a trade deal with Brussels
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