Britain has set out the type of deal it wants with the European Union, defining post-Brexit relations between the world’s fifth-largest economy and its biggest trading partner.
The main points were set out in a written statement to parliament by Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Monday.
Johnson said there was “complete certainty” that a deal will be finished by the end of 2020. Britain is currently operating under EU rules during a time-limited transition period.
He added that he wants a “suite of agreements” covering a comprehensive free trade agreement covering substantially all trade.