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The impact of Brexit has only added fuel to the fire of severe challenges facing health and social care in the UK, warns the Nuffield Trust.
More than 15,000 direct and indirect jobs are currently being affected negatively due to the failure of Ghana and UK to sign a post Brexit trade agreement that allows Ghanaian fruit producers’ tariff free access to the UK market as exists under the Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA).
Liz Truss under pressure to explain why punishing levies being charged - despite announcement that UK-Ghana deal was struck.
Here are five of the outcomes that have been in the news so far this year.
Lack of time, an election and regional trade tensions have made agreeing a deal tricky.
‘People in Ghana are very angry. They do not understand why Britain is acting like a bully’
Liz Truss urged to sign off deals quickly to spare African states high tariffs once Brexit transition period ends.
Ministers accused of pressure on developing nations to 'sign up blind’ – without knowing if rollover deals will prove to be second-rate.