Brexit bill hugely damaging to UK’s reputation, says ex-ambassador

Internal market bill would endanger future trade deals, says Kim Darroch, the former British ambassador to the US

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Britain’s former ambassador to Washington has described the internal market bill as “hugely damaging to our international reputation”, warning that it could deter other countries from entering into agreements with the UK in the future.

Kim Darroch told the Guardian that if it becomes law, in violation of the withdrawal agreement signed with the EU last year, it would endanger the country’s prospects of achieving trade deals with the EU and the US, and have an enduring impact on its global standing.

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