U.K. Won’t Pull Up ‘Drawbridge’ After Brexit Vote, Duncan Says

  • State Minister Duncan says leaders will seek new trade deals
  • Britain will be more outward facing than before, Duncan says

Is the Rise of Populism Threatening Europe?

The U.K.’s vote in June to leave the European Union gives the country a chance to seek new trading partners and broaden its global horizons, State Minister Alan Duncan said Wednesday in Washington.

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