Michael Gasiorek and Holger Hestermeyer assess the state of play on UK-EU economic relations and consider the realistic options going forward.
It is three years since the UK left the EU, and two years since the introduction of the UK-EU Trade and Cooperation Agreement; and the EU remains, by far, the UK’s principal trading partner for both goods and services. Recent opinion polls suggest a rise in dissatisfaction either with the decision to leave the EU and/or with how Brexit has been implemented, and there are growing discussions in the media regarding how to improve those economic relations. The aim of this webinar is to assess the state of play on UK-EU economic relations and to consider the realistic options going forward, with a view also to the review of the TCA due to occur in 2025.
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