BREAKING: Farage ‘worried’ UK to be too closely aligned to EU in Brexit trade deal

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    Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage doesn’t think the post-Brexit trade agreement is ‘perfect’ – but says it’s a ‘big step forward’.

    Although he would vote for the deal ‘in principle’, he says MPs should be given a chance to go through the deal in ‘detail’ in the new year.

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