Prime Minister Theresa May has hailed the European Union (EU) draft agreement on post-Brexit relations as “right for the whole of the UK”, in a brief statement in Downing Street.

The political declaration – outlining how trade, security and other issues will work – has been “agreed in principle”, the European Council says.

London and Brussels have already agreed the draft terms of the UK’s exit from the EU on March 29, 2019.

Mrs May, who has briefed her cabinet on the agreement in a conference call, said the agreement “delivers on the vote of the referendum”.



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