The agreement was revised as part of the Johnson Department renegotiation in 2019. The amendments fit about 5% of the text.  In November 2018, George Hollingbery, then trade minister, said the government was still optimistic about replacing most EU trade deals in time for Brexit day. He noted that the discussions had become more complex, as they had previously been based on a transitional period, but that the focus has now shifted «to the focus on key partners.» that no deal was a real possibility. He said it would be difficult to conclude agreements with some countries closely linked to the EU if there was no agreement with the EU. He also said that a previously announced agreement with the five members of the South African Customs Union (SACU) and Mozambique had not yet been reached. The government wants continuity agreements or a rollover of all EU trade agreements and other preferential trade agreements with third countries. In this way, agreements with third countries of which the UK is currently a member as an EU member state can be imitated in agreements between the UK and third countries when the UK withdraws. This would not preclue a longer-term review of these agreements to create a more personalized regime. On 25 January, Brexit Minister Stephen Barclay published a list of bilateral agreements that are almost ready to be signed or about to be concluded. Trade agreements have already been signed with respect to mutual recognition of compliance assessment with Australia and New Zealand, wine trade with Australia and trade in live animals and animal products with New Zealand. Along with the East and South African states, Chile, the Faroe Islands, Switzerland, the Caribbean and the Palestinian Authority, the signing of free trade agreements was about to be signed.
The free trade agreement texts have been finalized with Israel, Canada, the Pacific States, SACU, Mozambique, Norway and Iceland. Mutual recognition agreements have also been concluded with the United States. Although British Prime Minister Boris Johnson insists that an agreement must be reached by 15 October, no agreement has been reached. In addition to these agreements, the list of agreements signed by the Brexit minister of 25 January 2019 concerned insurance contracts with the United States and Switzerland, as well as a road agreement with Switzerland. Several multilateral agreements, for which the United Kingdom is taking steps to become an independent party, were also mentioned. These include international civil justice conventions, various fisheries agreements and agreements, the joint transit agreement, the Interbus agreement and the WTO public procurement agreement. The EU has concluded more than a thousand international agreements with third countries, covering trade, aviation, nuclear cooperation and other issues. These no longer apply to the UK when it leaves the EU.
The government has identified 157 agreements with non-EU countries that it is seeking to replace in the event of a non-Brexit deal. Some agreements have already been concluded, but most of them are in progress and some will not be in force by the day scheduled for Brexit on 31 October. The Brexit Withdrawal Agreement, officially titled the UK`s withdrawal agreement from Britain and Northern Ireland from the European Union and the European Atomic Energy Community. is a treaty signed on 24 January 2020 between the European Union (EU), Euratom and the United Kingdom (UK)  which sets the conditions for the UK`s withdrawal from the EU and Euratom.