Our two countries have a huge amount to offer each other across a broad range of sectors, and we shouldn’t wait for Brexit to get started.
Posts Tagged: Department for International Trade
These are my observations as to how we can up our export game – here are the two game changers. They go together and feed off each other.
The Trade Secretary’s reported remarks suggest a mercantile attitude at odds with the optimistic, free-trading case for a global Britain.
The ability to leverage a nation’s influence through international networks and institutions is key to promoting the national interest in the modern world.
The civil service should advertise vacancies to all comers.
We face a range of threats and opportunities. Navigating them successfully will pay dividends.
As the coordinator on International Trade for the Conservatives in Brussels for many years, I have seen how difficult it can be to strike deals for 28 different nations.
Trade and investment between our two countries has staggering potential to generate jobs, prosperity, and higher living standards for citizens of both.
We must tear up the rule book on Whitehall recruitment and to staff the new department with handpicked individuals from across government, industry, finance and law.
The carve-up of powers and staff between Johnson, Davis and Fox will be far from simple.