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EU27 endorse Brexit transition period, to food industry’s delight

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Leaders of the EU27 agreed, as expected, on Friday (March 23rd) to allow the UK to stay in the bloc for 21 months after the Brexit deadline of March 2019 to allow businesses to adapt to the new political landscape. The country’s food industry said it was “great news” for their European workers and families who could now face the future with greater certainty.

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