A Brexit special on what the deal means for business, red tape and the future of the United Kingdom

The UK has fully left the EU, ending 47 years of membership. In this Brexit special, we examine the last-minute trade deal that Prime Minister Boris Johnson brokered last week, the new checks and red tape that have been introduced, how Britain will use its regulatory freedoms and why the future of the United Kingdom will dominate politics in 2021. Presented by Sebastian Payne, with George Parker, Peter Foster and special guest Allie Renison of the Institute of Directors. Produced by Anna Dedhar and Josh de la Mare. The sound engineer was Breen Turner and the editor Aimee Keane. Review clips: Sky News, Parliament.

Further reading:

-How will Boris Johnson use Britain’s hard won ‘freedom’ from Brussels?

-UK and EU agree one-year grace period on rules of origin forms

-With Brexit ‘done’, Britain must rebuild trust in Europe

-Ministers fear port disruption in January as formal ties with EU end

-Exit from single market closes a chapter UK did so much to write

-Read the latest on UK politics

-Follow @Seb Payne and @George Parker



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