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UK Set For January Brexit After Conservatives Win Election

Little Will Change In Drug Regulation For Now

Executive Summary

The Conservative Party's victory in the UK general election means the Brexit withdrawal deal will be able to pass. The UK will leave the EU by 31 January and enter a transition period during which medicines regulation will remain broadly unchanged.

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