Tag Archives: WTO

The penny that finally dropped after 1085 days


It seems like good news that on 14th June this year, Liam Fox finally grasped that WTO terms for our nation outside of the EU would be a terrible mistake. He has stated this in slightly less precise terminology, presumably … Continue reading

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Trade deals with the whole world


If this MP is correct, when we leave the EU with No Deal we will benefit from a new trade deal with every single nation outside of the EU through the WTO. Because of this we will also have a … Continue reading

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A No-Deal Brexit may allow us to adopt WTO rules!


In the last few days the profile of the World Trade Organisation (WTO) has been raised on social media and broadcasts as the prospect of a No-Deal Brexit is growing. The points of reference I refer to below were interviews … Continue reading

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Equal votes for all


The news from Northern Ireland has impacted observers in a number of ways. However one of the lessons that could be drawn is that in Northern Ireland, the Political Parties are prepared to trust their constituents with contentious issues, or … Continue reading

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