The UK and Switzerland have signed a deal to continue trading after Brexit as they did before it.

The “continuity agreement” – based on the EU’s existing free trade deal with Switzerland – was agreed in December but ratified on Monday.

International Trade Secretary Liam Fox said the deal would “continue the preferential trade that we have”.

The UK is seeking to replicate about 40 EU free trade agreements, covering more than 70 countries.

Around £32bn

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