Johnson has appointed a deadline for a trade agreement with the EU

If it is not possible to reach an agreement on trade by October 15, we will have to do without it.

As BBC reports, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson appointed a deadline for trade agreement with the EU on the date of the planned EU summit, October 15.

According to Johnson, if it is not possible to reach a trade agreement between the EU and the UK, both sides must “accept it and move on.

Johnson’s statement came after British negotiator David Frost said Britain was not “afraid” to leave.

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