Britain laid out a tough opening stance for future talks with the European Union on Sunday, saying it would set its own agenda rather than meeting the bloc’s rules to ensure frictionless trade.
The UK's biggest manufacturing lobby groups are calling for more clarity as efforts to establish a new post-Brexit trade relationship gather pace.
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