New IEA report features in the Daily Express
The UK is in a unique position to sign a trade agreement with the EU because its regulations are already “identical or fully recognised” as a result of the country’s current status of having membership within the bloc.
The proposal for a “common rule book” on production of goods and agricultural products would force the country to become a rule taker without any representation during the process of rule-making.
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Further IEA reading: No Need To Queue: The Benefits of Free Trade Without Trade Agreements