Jersey may broker its own deal with the EU: Brexit

Pedro Gonçalves
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Jersey's External Relations Minister has admitted that the island may see its own deal with the European Union if it feels that the arrangements at the end of the Brexit negotiating period are unsatisfactory. "Really, for Jersey, there's three options remaining - a thin deal that we say we want to be part of, the UK not negotiating any deal so there's nothing to be part of, or a thin deal that we decide it's not in our interests to be a part of," Senator Ian Gorst said. Boris Johnson has admitted the UK is currently heading for a no-deal Brexit, with an agreement now "very difficult" ...

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