Boris Johnson三级成人视频 will signal his intention to push on with delivering Brexit by the end of this year by publishing a Trade Bill to let the UK trade with other countries outside the European Union.
It comes after the Prime Minister refused to say that the UK will extend the Brexit transition period from the end of December, saying on Wednesday "there is legislation in place that I have no intention of changing".
三级成人视频The current timetable looks like this:
There is increasing speculation, however - firmly denied by 10 Downing Street - that the UK will ask for an extension to the implementation period which binds the UK to the EU because of the strains put on governments due to the coronavirus.
Detailed Brexit trade negotiations planned for this week were cancelled, amid rumours that the UK is now preparing the ground to seek a mutually agreed extension to the Brexit negotiations in the coming weeks.
A briefing note published alongside the new Trade Bill says that ministers "expect to receive Royal Assent before the end of the transition period" however it does not say when this period ends.
The Trade Bill will enshrine in law the framework to allow the UK to sign deals with other countries. It will also allow the Government to roll over billions of pounds of existing trade deals that the EU already has with third countries.
The Telegraph understands that 75 per cent of the "roll over" deals have so far been agreed but talks have been suspended due to the coronavirus crisis sweeping the globe.
三级成人视频Conor Burns, the Trade Policy minister, told The Telegraph: “The Trade Bill is an important element of the UK’s independent trade policy now we have left the EU.
三级成人视频“This Bill contains key measures that will provide continuity and certainty for businesses and consumers across the UK as we reach the end of the transition period.
三级成人视频“The Prime Minister was clear in our manifesto that we would introduce a Trade Bill within 100 days of the election. We are honouring that promise.
"While the Government focuses on steering the UK through this very difficult time, it is also right that as Trade Ministers we continue to work to ensure we can seize future opportunities.”