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Boris is absolutely behind the Florence speech and the line that we have taken.>> But what's he got in his hand?>> And you've seen what Boris is saying is the importance of the approach that we've taken->> Right.>> In the Florence speech. That has moved the discussion on.
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It has created->> Okay.>> A momentum in the European negotiation.>> We've got it.>> We will leave the European Union in March 2019. But at that point we will have an agreement as to what the future relationship, the future partnership between us and the European Union will be.
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As I've said we are recognizing that, I've used that phrase of no deal is better than a bad deal. Government is working on what would need to be put in place if there was no deal. What we're also working on is ensuring we get a deal, we get the right deal for the United Kingdom.