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Country’s claim that meat exports are suffering wins support from 14 countries.
Britain would have no more than a few months to negotiate a new trade agreement with Brussels, a process that typically takes years.
The home secretary has been unable to clarify what checks will take place on goods moving between Northern Ireland and Great Britain after Brexit.
The aim of this briefing is to describe what happens under WTO rules if there is ‘no deal’.
The government's own impact assessment of the Brexit deal confirms firms will have to pay fees, fill out forms and face border inspections when sending goods within the UK.
Treasury committee head suggests it means ‘existing analysis stands’ – of a £130bn hit from loss of frictionless trade with EU.
The government is facing an unprecedented backlash from five key industries over Boris Johnson's plans for post-Brexit trading arrangements.
Philip Hammond - Tariff free trade deals would only contribute a tiny amount to our GDP... so we must quash "this myth that third country trade deals will solve all our problems"
Trade secretary says scrapping protections ‘vital for giving us the freedom and flexibility’ to sign deals.
Industry body says tariffs put jobs at risk but shares in European drinks makers rise.
New Zealand is negotiating a free trade agreement with the European Union, one of the world's largest trading entities. We're aiming for a modern, high-quality agreement.
Australia and the European Union (EU) launched negotiations for a free trade agreement (FTA) on 18 June 2018. As a bloc, the EU is Australia's second largest trading partner, third largest export destination, and second largest services export market. The EU was Australia's largest source of foreign investment in 2018.
The report shows that no deal will not “get Brexit done” rather, it will usher in a period of prolonged uncertainty for citizens, workers and businesses, which is unlikely to be resolved anytime soon, our new report, No deal Brexit: issues, impacts, implications, reveals.
Putting politics aside, let us look at a more technical aspect of free trade negotiations – rules of origin (ROO).
If you only trade within the UK and Europe, Rules of Origin will not have concerned you. Brexit could make these Rules become a serious concern to you.
Because of rules of origin, even if the UK enters into a trade agreement with the EU, UK manufacturers embedded in pan-European supply chains are going to face new bureaucracy and costs, with long-run implications for their continued viability.
The agreement is equivalent to roughly 2 per cent of business with the bloc.
Theresa May's Brexit deal has been defeated by MPs and the UK is creeping closer to leaving the EU without a deal. But how does a no-deal Brexit actually affect you?
CIVIL servants are looking at "funding streams" to support Northern Ireland farmers in the event of a no deal Brexit disrupting cross-border trade in milk and other commodities.