Today sees the UK getting closer to a trade deal with Japan and details of border arrangements for Northern Ireland are unveiled.
It looks like the UK and Japan are closing in on a trade deal to be concluded by the end of the year and plan to ensure no hard border between the North and South of Ireland have been unveiled.
The Japanese Prime Minister, Motegi Toshimitsu, has been in London this week to talk trade.
And during a statement on a UK/Japan trade deal, the UK Secretary of State for International Trade, Liz Truss, said that:
“We’ve made further progress towards a comprehensive deal with a like-minded democracy and long-standing ally, and we share a commitment to getting a deal in place by the end of 2020.”