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The UK is working to come up with a trade agreement with the European Union and is facing a rapidly approaching a deadline before a mandated withdrawal from the economic bloc. In the event that there is no agreement, the country could face a range of consequences, including higher mobile roaming charges for British users, according to a memo from the UK’s Department of Digital, Culture, Media and Sport.
The UK has until March 29th, 2019 to leave the EU — a process that has left Prime Minister Theresa May’s government scrambling to put together an exit agreement that will oversee the country’s economic ties with its neighbors. That isn’t going well, and if the UK and EU parliaments don’t ratify any agreement that comes up, the UK will…
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