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The "Brexit deal", properly known as the "Trade and Cooperation Agreement",<ref>https://ec.europa.eu/transparency/regdoc/rep/1/2020/EN/COM-2020-857-F1-EN-ANNEX-1-PART-1.PDF ("The Agreement"). Accessed 29/01/2020.</ref> is the agreement which sets out the terms of the future relationship between the UK and the EU, now that the UK has left the EU. It follows on from the Withdrawal Agreement of January 2020, which marked the beginning of the one-year transition period that ended with the UK's departure. The Trade and Cooperation Agreement was published in Brussels on December 25th 2020, and took effect on 1st January 2021. The EU is the UK's largest trading partner, and this Agreement casts a new perspective on the debate about Scottish independence.
 
The "Brexit deal", properly known as the "Trade and Cooperation Agreement",<ref>https://ec.europa.eu/transparency/regdoc/rep/1/2020/EN/COM-2020-857-F1-EN-ANNEX-1-PART-1.PDF ("The Agreement"). Accessed 29/01/2020.</ref> is the agreement which sets out the terms of the future relationship between the UK and the EU, now that the UK has left the EU. It follows on from the Withdrawal Agreement of January 2020, which marked the beginning of the one-year transition period that ended with the UK's departure. The Trade and Cooperation Agreement was published in Brussels on December 25th 2020, and took effect on 1st January 2021. The EU is the UK's largest trading partner, and this Agreement casts a new perspective on the debate about Scottish independence.

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