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Majority of Britons support 'Brexit by any means'

Majority of Britons support 'Brexit by any means'

US national security adviser John Bolton told British officials in London that President Donald Trump's administration wanted to be helpful about Brexit and was ready to move fast on drawing up a trade deal between the two countries.

While many decisions that impact the US-UK relationship won't be made in the near term as the UK maintains focus on Brexit, the official said that Iran could require action more quickly.

When asked whether his proposed plan would follow World Trade Organisation rules, he said "our trade negotiators seem to think it is".

A spokesman for Johnson said the two would talk about "a range of security issues, including Iran".

But a clean break with the European Union would allow the UK to immediately launch negotiations on a free trade agreement with the United States.

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While saying that "both President Trump and I were leavers before there were leavers", he added that a trade deal for financial services and agriculture would not be the first to be agreed.

"In order to expedite things and enhance the possibility for increasing the trade and investments between the two countries, doing it in a sector-by-sector approach or some other approach that the trade negotiators might agree with, we are open to that".

Johnson wants the European Union to renegotiate the terms of Britain's exit ahead of an October 31 departure date, but the European Union says it will not alter the part of the deal Johnson says must be changed.

As of now, Bolton will not meet with Johnson - who was named the UK's new leader on July 23 once May was forced into resigning after losing the support of her Cabinet, many of whom were fed up with her inability to secure the UK's departure from the European Union. "They discussed global economic issues and trade, and the prime minister updated the president on Brexit", Downing Street said.

"There is still time left to do that but they need to come to the table as well". We arm individual investors and traders with state-of-the-art tools, a powerful skill set and a clear understanding of the markets so they can pave their own path to profitability.

Hauliers have also expressed concerns that lorry drivers in Dover could face sitting in two-day queues without food or toilets if the United Kingdom crashes out of the EU.