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Boris Johnson’s deal with the European Union will cost Britain 6.7 per cent of its GDP over the next 15 years, government estimates show. The Prime Minister struck a new agreement with Jean -Claude Juncker today, but it was quickly dismissed by critics. Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn said the Prime Minister had negotiated an “even worse deal than Theresa May’s, which was overwhelmingly rejected”. £130 Billion In Lost Gdp Growth. And according to estimates, he might be right to be concerned. Britain is set to sacrifice as much as £130 billion in lost GDP growth over the next 15 years if the Brexit deal goes ahead. The forecasts published by the government last year show an agreement similar to... Full story

17 October