The biggest goal of the Conservatives in the UK is to get Brexit done. And Boris Johnson’s Withdrawal Agreement will indeed mean the de facto end of the U.K.’s membership in the European Union.
But following that, a willow leaf still a lot of questions open, in particular the important question of the UK’s future trade relationship with EU.
As the UK about to fall off a cliff next year?
Mr Johnson’s Withdrawal Agreement, the existing arrangements between the EU and UK would temporarily continue, with goods and services being allowed to flow freely across the various borders with the continent. This however will end at the end of 2020 .
He has promised that in case he should win a majority he wants to negotiate a Free Trade Agreement (FTA) with the EU that would go into effect at the end of 2020.
Should this come to fruition, it would eliminate tariffs so that business and commerce in in with the UK can run more smoothly. The agreement would also reduce other regulations that would hinder trade