An update on all things trade policy in the United Kingdom this week….
Week in London column
The UK’s post-Brexit trade policy churn is now in full swing.
London consolidates its vision for digital trade in new policy paper
An eventful week in the United Kingdom….
This week shows that adapting to new post Brexit trade realities is proving quite a challenge for the United Kingdom…. Rumours abound of delays to 1 October introduction of UK SPS checks
Here our first autumn 2021 edition of Borderlex’s Week in London column: an easily readable digest of the week’s important but often off the radar trade policy developments in the United Kingdom. Information curated and written by Chris Horseman.
A quieter period beckons in trade policy as the EU initiates a legal ‘truce’ in Northern Ireland. Negotiations over some of the more technical issues at stake in the debate over the Northern Ireland protocol – such as medicines trade – continue.
This week’s central United Kingdom trade story is its desire to renegotiate the Northern Ireland Protocol. None of this bodes very well for the negotiation of a definitive settlement over Gibraltar. But here are other interesting developments. UK ‘green trade’ report urges multilateral action on carbon leakage The UK should …
Whereas all eyes have been on Brussels and its Fit for 55 climate package’s carbon border measure, the UK has quietly but steadily been working on its own trade policy….
Below, an overview of key developments in United Kingdom trade policy this week.