Kate Andrews writes for the Daily Express
It is in both the UK’s and the US’s interest to forge ahead on timely, efficient and mutually beneficial trade deals in the post-Brexit era. Concern has been growing about the man responsible for the US side of negotiations.
Like or loathe President Trump, America is becoming a vital component of Britain’s future trade policy. Our economic and cultural closeness to the UK existed long before Mr Trump came along and it will continue of flourish long after he has left office.
This is a once in a generation opportunity for Britain to become more global, still looking to the EU but also to the rest of the world.
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