UK and US discussing a partial trade deal that could come into effect IMMEDIATELY after Brexit

Mail Online | 8/13/2019 | David Wilcock, Whitehall Correspondent;Jack Maidment, Deputy Political Editor For Mailonline
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Britain and the US are discussing a partial trade agreement that could come into effect on November 1 if Brexit takes place as scheduled on October 31, a Washington official said today.

The official told reporters that Bolton and Chancellor Sajid Javid had discussed the possibility of a temporary trade agreement that covered all sectors and could last for something like six months, during a meeting in London.

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The official said Mr Bolton and Trade Secretary Liz Truss had discussed the possibility of the two countries' leaders signing a road map declaration toward a trade deal at this month's G7 summit meeting in France.

It came after Mr Bolton claimed the US and UK are on course to have an 'unprecedented partnership' as both sides eye a mutually beneficial post-Brexit trade deal.

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He has delivered repeated boosts to Boris Johnson's premiership during a two day visit to the UK.

Mr Bolton met with Mr Johnson yesterday and said afterwards that Mr Trump was a 'leaver before there were leavers', he would 'enthusiastically' support a No Deal Brexit and promised the UK would be 'first in line' for a trade deal once it has split from Brussels on October 31.

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Today he renewed his love bombing of the Johnson administration as he tweeted a picture of him with the Prime Minister along with a glowing prediction about the future of the special relationship.

He said: 'I had a great meeting with UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson yesterday.

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'We discussed trade, security, and opportunities to deepen our bilateral relationship after the UK leaves the EU.

'The US and UK are on course for an unprecedented partnership.'

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Mr Bolton today met with Sajid Javid, the Chancellor, in 11 Downing Street after yesterday urging British officials to 'get Brexit done' as soon as possible to allow Washington...
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