Brexit: What Boris Johnson’s Christmas Eve deal means for retail

Boris Johnson Brexit deal

While it came down to the wire, Boris Johnson and his team did manage to deliver a Brexit deal. Retail Week goes behind the sloganeering to see what has changed for retail and what that will mean going forward

In a year where the sector had been hammered by coronavirus, this was a Christmas reprieve that businesses and sectors across the UK had hoped for: a £660bn free-trade deal with the UK’s closest and formerly largest trading partner on Christmas Eve.

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