Imports of agricultural products into the EU under Union tariff rate quotas may only be marketed in the EU’s customs territory as from next year – and not in Northern Ireland. This is a big problem for the Irish dairy industry in particular. This has been confirmed in a new …
A news roundup of Britain’s ever-intensifying trade and investment policy and diplomacy by Chris Horseman.
Manufacturers, supermarkets and farmers’ groups in Northern Ireland have combined to make a plea for a transition period beyond 1 January 2021 to allow them to get to grips with the complexities of post-Brexit trade in and from the region.
An overview of key developments in British trade policy this week by Chris Horseman.
EU-UK – Still no breakthrough With just 56 days to go until the UK’s post-Brexit transition period comes to an end, Britain and the EU remain far apart on all the key issues in the negotiations on the future EU-UK relationship. Two weeks of virtually non-stop negotiations came to a …
Future relationship negotiations between London and Brussels have resumed. What comes next. And more on UK trade below!
Chief negotiators from the EU and UK will speak by video link on Monday (19 October) in talks which could determine whether the negotiations over the two sides’ future trade relationship continue or collapse.
Chris Horseman on the key developments in British trade policy this week.
It is getting very late in the day for a bilateral trade agreement negotiation, as a hard deadline looms and little is known about how the future relationship between the departing United Kingdom and the European Union with its remaining 27 member states will be. While there is no consolidated …
Here is the first edition of a new Week in London column by Chris Horseman! As Britain’s trade policy agenda becomes ever denser, we’ll have a column to match our Friday Week in Brussels series to keep track of all the important developments on trade in London.