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'The Brexiters have no more idea in private than they do in public about what they are doing. Predictions based upon their concealed intent project on to them a competence they simply don’t possess.'
'We can’t make a trade deal with the UK,' says US president.
Boris Johnson’s new trade secretary will be tasked with negotiating as many new trade deals as possible. Here are some fault-lines expected to emerge over the coming months.
Planned Brexit trade talks between Liam Fox and US Commerce secretary Wilbur Ross have been cancelled, amid escalating tensions following the release of UK diplomatic memos calling Donald Trump "incompetent", "inept", and "insecure".
"Farage, Banks and Bannon. They are some of the well-known Bad Boys of Brexit. But there are many more. The Bad Boys of Brexit are an unholy alliance. They are global Money Men, small-state Regulation Burners and people with highly questionable Russian Connections, some of whom have undermined the very foundations of democracy."
Tory leadership hopeful is wrong to suggest UK could have tariff-free trade with the EU following a no-deal Brexit, says international body’s chief.
The decision not to “roll over” the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) if the UK abandons its withdrawal agreement with Brussels is a huge blow to Britain's hopes of maintaining continuity in a no-deal Brexit and could severely impact businesses that sell goods to the Canadian market.
“I’ve always argued that the only way you can get frictionless trade is to actually be in the Single Market.”
Russia is among 20 countries that are looking to squeeze a commercial advantage from Brexit after blocking an attempt by the international trade secretary, Liam Fox, to fast-track a World Trade Organization deal on the UK’s terms of trade with the world.
Trade minister rejected Boris Johnson’s claim exporters would be spared tariffs after no deal
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Conservative MP Jacob Rees-Mogg has been slated by farmers after suggesting that consumers can look forward to cheaper food after Brexit – potentially.
Despite calls to 'take back control' the economic reality is that tariffs will be determined by the 'bound rates' that the UK already has in place under the WTO and, ultimately, no tariff regime will make up for loss of access to the EU market
Labour has tabled a cross-party motion to try to stop a future prime minister pushing through a no-deal Brexit against the wishes of MPs.
London (CNN)Three turbulent years after 17 million British people voted to leave the European Union, Brexit has grown from a quaint word to an ugly cloud hanging over the nation.
Trade experts have welcomed the announcement that the UK and South Korea have signed an in principle post-Brexit trade deal. / However they have warned there is still work to be done to ensure international business continues seamlessly after Brexit, with only 12 of the 40 EU free trade agreements (FTAs) secured for the UK so far.
'There’s been no argument about food safety on chlorine-washed chicken – it’s been an argument about animal welfare'. / The UK could accept chlorinated chicken in a post-Brexit trade deal with the US without cutting food standards, Liam Fox has claimed.
Creation of body to protect UK firms from unfair global trade practices is behind schedule.
Right-wing newspapers have joined Brexiteers in venting their fury that Britain’s departure from the EU is not happening today.
Countries are likely to offer the United Kingdom worse trade deals than it currently enjoys as a member of the European Union, the former head of Liam Fox's International Trade Department has told Business Insider.
But minister says measures would only be implemented if Britain was on course to crash out of EU.
In the last six months, Liam Fox has been on a whistle-stop tour of authoritarian regimes.
MPs are due to vote on the prime minister’s withdrawal deal within days.
Minister previously said "we are not going to see reductions in our standards" after Brexit.