Trade policy is like a game of four-dimensional chess. The UK is now stuck between the big beasts of the trade policy world – the
David Lawrence sets out how a genuinely democratic system for approving international trade agreements could look like in post-Brexit Britain.
The UK Trade Forum and the Centre for European Reform are holding an after work panel discussion on ‘Transatlantic trade relations and the UK: the
There is a common theme among virtually all United Kingdom trade policy stakeholders at the moment, whether business or civil society: they are not being
If you want to ship goods from country A to country B you typically go through customs at least twice; once on export and once
By David Henig and Anna Jerzewska “I’m from the government and I’m here to help” is often a statement business representatives really don’t like