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Posts Tagged: Department for International Trade
Mark Wallace interviews the International Trade Secretary – looking at what she plans for her new role, and the opportunities of the UK’s trade strategy.
Truss must ensure Britain remains a global leader in development, as well as in defence and diplomacy.
Nick King: Levelling up. The challenge is less defining it than delivering it, for which Johnson will need the private sector.
The first of a mini-series of pieces on ConHome this week about the most distinctive of the Prime Minister’s big aims.
Alexander Downer: A trade deal with Australia is just the first step. It could open the door for Britain to the Asia-Pacific trading club
If Britain cannot do a trade deal with a country with which it shares a common language, history, and standards, then who can it do a deal with?
David Gauke: Is Britain really set to become a low tax, less regulated, free trading, buccaneering country?
Despite a surprisingly liberal migration policy, the bulk of the post-Brexit evidence so far suggests not.
The International Trade Secretary joins a panel including Prof Anand Menon, Katy Balls and Paul Goodman.
Ranil Jayawardena: A strong trading partnership with India will be a central feature of Global Britain
From exports to vaccines and the environment, it shows the extent of our ambition as we retake our proper place on the world stage.
Anthony Browne: Post-Brexit Britain. Now we’ve taken back control, here’s what we can do with our new powers.
From January 1, no longer will anyone be able to say: “you can’t – EU rules”. We have jumped from the passenger seat to the pilot seat. So what should we do?
With her odd mixture of indiscretion and obedience, her contempt for liberal groupthink and love of freedom, she in many ways a useful ally.
Debate on the Agriculture Bill gives them the chance to call for more effective measures than those which independent assessments find wanting.
It spotlights both the challenges involved in operating an independent trade policy and the limited political rewards of doing so.
Stephen Booth: Why Stilton matters to the Japanese trade deal – and how talks can bring the UK closer to the CPTPP
Trade negotiations and agreements are inherently political.
Jonathan Djanogly: Parliament should be able to scrutinise new trade deals properly. But the current arrangements are unfit for purpose.
Before any deals are signed, MPs should get to vote on them – as will be the case with the other parties.
Liam Fox: The amendments that could kill free trade deals with America, developing countries and the Commonwealth this week
Take it from me that the US would walk away from talks if we tried to make the adoption of UK rules a precondition of any FTA.