43%
Yes
57%
No
43%
Yes
57%
No

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 @96PF9T9answered…2yrs2Y

Only the Irish Market, as they were Ireland's biggest trade partner before Brexit.

 @96JMB4Tanswered…2yrs2Y

Yes, so long as they comply with EU regulations, and potentially pay tariffs etc... Where appropriate.

 @9N8W92Lanswered…3wks3W

No, they are either in or out of the EU. If they wish to rejoin a vote between the EU parliament and UK population should take place

 @9MY38KGanswered…3wks3W

Access, yes. The terms could and should have been negotiated far more sanely. Punishing the UK for leaving was despicable.

 @9MNS2VYanswered…4wks4W

Yes but with protective agreements and they should not have the same freedoms as EU countries within these markets

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