An elbow bump seals the Oz-UK trade deal
After months of negotiations, a free trade deal between Australia and the UK has been agreed ‘in principle’. Over a dinner of Welsh lamb, Scottish salmon and Aussie wine on Monday night followed by a Tuesday morning brekkie, PMs Scott Morrison and Boris Johnson agreed to move forward with a plan that will see us have more access to the UK market over a 15-year timeline. And it seems like a tease with the border closed, but the age for a working holiday visa will also be raised from 30yo to 35yo at both ends. The agreement – which marks the UK’s first since Brexit saw it leave the European Union – is a “new dawn in the UK’s relationship with Australia,” Johnson said. And Morrison said the deal was “the most comprehensive and ambitious agreement that Australia has concluded”. To celebrate, the pair cracked open a couple of hampers and exchanged biscuits, as you do…
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