By John Mills
When at the start of 1973 we joined what was then the European Economic Community – otherwise known then as the Common Market – we severed a lot of links and trading preferences with the Commonwealth countries. Understandably, old friends such as Australia and New Zealand were upset both emotionally as well as economically as we raised tariff barriers against them and lowered them with our continental neighbours. Now, with Brexit, the situation is beginning to reverse itself again. What is the future likely to hold?
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