The European Economic Area (EEA), a trade block comprising the EU member states and three out of the four EFTA member states (Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway) has been proposed as a possible blueprint for shaping the UK’s post-Brexit relationship with Europe.

In this article, our team of Brexit advisers explores whether the Norwegian example might be used as a guiding model for the future UK/EU relationship.

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