On January 23, 2020, Fiona Bruce, the host of Question Time on BBC TV, repeatedly and wrongly confused US tariffs on Scotch whisky with the
The UK and the EU need a new approach to trade remedies
The United Kingdom and the European Union should seek to establish bilateral independent tribunal to address claims of unfair trade and avoid trade remedies souring
Taking UK trade policy back to the future
With Brexit now on track, the United Kingdom’s international trade policy remains very much up for grabs.
Tremors in the global trading system – Implications for Europe and Britain
The WTO is in crisis. Some members are trying to fix it. And the UK in all this?
The problem with CRAG: why Parliament’s processes for approving trade deals need reform
David Lawrence sets out how a genuinely democratic system for approving international trade agreements could look like in post-Brexit Britain.
Event: Brexit and customs preparedness
Please join Steptoe, Greenlane, and the UK Trade Forum for an interactive discussion on how customs authorities and companies around Europe are preparing for Brexit. Date: Tuesday, February 26,