Gillian Drakeford’s calls for transition period to help businesses follows fraught week in which Britain’s divorce talks with EU remained deadlocked

The UK chief of Ikea has thrown her weight behind a Brexit transition period as pressure mounts on the government to sign a deal to protect Britain’s businesses from a “cliff edge” departure from the EU.

Gillian Drakeford also demanded clarity from the prime minister as companies brace for a new trading relationship with Europe’s single market.

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