A trade war would be an unwelcome headache for businesses on both sides, which have already been battered by Covid, soaring global energy prices and a supply chain crunch. The EU is the U.K.'s largest trading partner, the destination for 43% of Britain's exports, and the source of 52% of its imports. Companies from both sides would lose market access, and European fishermen would be cut out of U.K. waters. Foto: AP/Alastair Grant

Brexit is back with a vengeance

In a major escalation this week, Britain's Brexit minister David Frost called for the scrapping of the sensitive compromise with the EU that was designed to prevent a hard border emerg...

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