After years of uncertainty and missed deadlines, the U.K. is finally leaving the EU. But the Brexit drama may not be over as the U.K. enters a new phase of negotiations with its trading partners. WSJ’s Jason Douglas reports. Photo: Daniel Leal-Olivas/Getty Images (Originally Published January 31, 2020) Brexit negotiations are set to enter a last decisive phase as British Prime Minister Boris Johnson prepares to travel to Brussels on Wednesday in a bid to secure a deal over the European Union’s relations with the U.K. Failure to reach a deal would mean from the start of next year tariffs would be applied for the first time in almost a half-century on some trade between the U.K. and the trade bloc to which it sends 43% of its exports. It would also end many types of cooperation between the U.K. and the EU over crime, security and travel, and […]