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The British government is negotiating a deal to retain UK lawyers' access to the EU after Brexit. According the Financial Times last month, Britain is asking that the current arrangement of UK lawyers having access to 20 EU member states remains at the end of the transitional period in December without having to change their qualifications. The same would be true for EU lawyers seeking work in the UK. However, according to the FT, EU diplomats are cynical over the UK's attempts to have its cake and eat it. 13 July 2020
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