UK ministers admit slow progress on negotiations over withdrawal may hinder move on to crucial second phase

Britain may not start negotiating its future trade relationship with the EU until the end of the year, ministers are admitting privately.

Originally it was hoped that phase two of the Brexit talks – covering a future trade deal, not just the withdrawal arrangements – would start after October, but ministers involved in the talks now think this timetable could slip.

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