Boris Johnson has won a thumping majority for a new term as Prime Minister, and first on his agenda will be his Brexit deal.
Mr Johnson has negotiated a fundamentally different approach to Brexit, doing away with the Irish backstop in favour of a new arrangement for Northern Ireland that will kick in when the transition period ends in December 2020.
He has also given up on Theresa May’s close economic partnership in favour of a more distant relationship based on a Free Trade Agreement. Here we examine the new deal, and the differences with Theresa May.
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The revised Irish Protocol
The new Irish Protocol seeks to set out not…