Boris Johnson has drafted brexit that is former Lord David Frost into their case to just take cost of forging a unique relationship aided by the EU.
He’ll look for to increase post-Brexit trading possibilities as he becomes the full case user the following month, Downing Street stated.
He will also change Michael Gove as co-chair of a committee on implementing the Brexit withdrawal deal.
Mr Gove could keep their chair in the case dining table.
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