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In June 2016, voters in the United Kingdom opted to leave the European Union. Called “Brexit,” the move meant that previous agreements on trade, immigration, and other issues were no longer valid. Ever since that election result, negotiations between the UK government and European countries have been underway to reestablish trade relationships. More than two years later, no deal has been struck. That leaves the United Kingdom with four different paths forward following the Brexit vote.

Learn more about trade negotiations between the UK and European Union.

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