It’s a big week in UK trade politics.
Week in London column
Week in London: UK New Zealand side-letters, trade remedies
This week detailed – and interesting – new information emerged on the UK-New Zealand free trade agreement which is awaiting ratification. And the UK is now clearly on its own path with its trade remedies policy.
Week in London: Elusive Northern Ireland deal, US-UK architects, CPTPP
A Northern Ireland deal between the UK and the EU remains elusive. But London and Washington quietly cliched a deal on architecture professions and the UK is slowly reaching its CPTPP accession goal.
Week in London: Deal close on Northern Ireland, Chinese anti-dumping duties
The stars are aligning for a resolution of the Northern Ireland protocol dispute – but not everyone is happy about it… EU-UK deal on Northern Ireland moving closer Clear signs have emerged this week that the UK and EU are now very close to sealing a deal to resolve longstanding …
Week in London: UK non response to US subsidies, CPTPP push, EU slap-back tool almost ready
The United Kingdom is ever clearer in articulating its trade policy priorities.
Week in London: Falconer’s CPTPP vision, potato seeds, Chinese glass fibre and steel
Here the latest on the UK trade policy beat.
Week in London: Steel safeguard and sanction policy reviews
A week dedicated to policy reviews.
Week in London: Lords look at FTA strategy, Northern Ireland food checks, Kiwi wine labels
It’s January and everyone is back in business in the world of United Kingdom trade policy.
Week in London: FTA goals, Northern Ireland medicines, TCA utilisation
The last Week in London column of the year. This column will resume on 12 January 2022. Happy festive season in the meantime!
Week in London: Australia and New Zealand Bill, trade committee hears about EU
This is a short and pithy Week in London column for you this week as we await details of the ongoing round of FTA negotiations between the United Kingdom and India.