Britain has concluded all replacement international agreements needed to ensure “continuity” for civil nuclear trade after Brexit, the business secretary has announced. Greg Clark said the UK had reached deals with Australia, Canada and the US, as well as safeguarding agreements with the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA). An existing arrangement with Japan will remain in force following Brexit, but the two countries will hold negotiations on the UK’s “future safeguard arrangements”. The two sides are confident appropriate arrangements will be in place for March, when Britain is due to leave the EU, Mr Clark said.
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