The EU is willing to offer a trade deal to the U.K., which would include “zero tariffs, zero quotas, and zero dumping,” and it can go beyond trade and be “unprecedented in scope”, European Commission president said Wednesday. 

Speaking at an event held in the London School of Economics (LSE), Ursula von der Leyen underlined that the EU is willing to work day and night to achieve this goal.

She said the U.K. and the EU will continue to share the same values after Brexit and now is the time to look forward, time “for the best and oldest

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