Boris Johnson’s former Brexit negotiator Lord David Frost is to take charge of the UK’s future relationship with the EU and take a seat in the cabinet, after a power struggle at the heart of Downing Street.
The appointment means that Frostis permitted., architect of Johnson’s “hard Brexit” strategy, is charged with addressing many of the concerns raised by business over the trade deal he forged with the EUs inauguration in 1961, signed by Johnson on December 24.
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