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Old 11th June 2019, 00:38   #18961 (permalink)
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Turkey has established a Working Group with the United Kingdom due to Brexit in order to sustain the current bilateral market access structure in the short term, and to establish a deep and comprehensive FTA in medium-long term.

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Old 11th June 2019, 07:29   #18962 (permalink)
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That is good news Norman , let us hope we can produce and sell goods they want and at a price that competes .

The more deals the better .

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Old 11th June 2019, 08:31   #18963 (permalink)
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Hmm, the blue line is very telling.

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Existing trade agreements if the UK leaves the EU with no deal.

The UK is in the process of transitioning existing trade agreements which the UK participates in as a member of the EU. This note sets out the status of those agreements that may not be in place if the UK leaves the EU with no deal.

Leaving the EU with a deal remains the government’s top priority. This has not changed. While a number of these continuity agreements are likely to be concluded, it is the duty of government to produce a highly cautious list of those that may not be in place so that businesses and individuals can prepare for every eventuality.

It remains the government’s priority to conclude trade continuity agreements with these countries when the UK leaves the EU or as soon as possible thereafter. The government is exploring a range of options to ensure continuity of effect for trade agreements if an agreement has not been ratified and brought into force in time.

The government is seeking continuity for existing EU trade agreements which the UK participates in as a member of the EU. These agreements constitute around 11% of the UK’s trade.1 These agreements also cover a wide variety of relationships, including:

free trade agreements (FTAs)
economic partnership agreements (EPAs) with developing nations
association agreements - these cover broader economic and political co-operation
trade agreements with countries that are closely aligned with the EU
mutual recognition agreements (MRAs) - parties mutually recognise conformity assessment procedures
Businesses in the UK and partner countries are eligible for a range of preferential market access opportunities under the terms of these agreements. These can include, but are not limited to:

preferential duties for goods, including reductions in import tariff rates and quotas for reduced or nil rates of payable duties
quotas for the import of goods with more relaxed rules of origin requirements
enhanced market access for service providers
protection from discrimination in public procurement opportunities across a range of sectors
allowing parties to mutually recognise conformity assessment procedures
the ability to complete mandatory inspections and tests on products close to the place of production
common standards on intellectual property

Signed UK trade agreements
The UK has signed a number of trade agreements with non-EU countries.

Changes if the UK leaves the EU with no deal
In the event of a no-deal EU Exit, EU trade agreements will cease to apply to the UK when it leaves the EU. Without arrangements to maintain preferences, trade will take place on World Trade Organization (WTO) terms.

The UK is working with partner countries to bring into force bilateral agreements that will ensure continuity for the effects of existing EU trade agreements. But all of these replacement agreements may not be ready in time if the UK leaves the EU with no deal.

You can find below details of countries concerned together with the status of discussions:

https://www.gov.uk/government/public...without-a-deal
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Not what the Brexit naysayers were hoping to hear I imagine.
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UK unemployment falls again to its lowest level since 1974 - and pay is up too - despite Britain's Brexit paralysis. Mumber of people out of work fell by 34,000 to 1.3m in three months to April. Overall employment rate of 76.1% is highest total since records began in 1971.

Unemployment keeps falling and wages are rising despite the current Brexit paralysis, official figures revealed today.

The Office for National Statistics has said that the number of people out of work fell by 34,000 to 1.3 million in the three months to April.

The overall employment rate of 76.1 per cent is also the joint highest total since records began in 1971.

There is also a record number of women in work in the UK - with 72 per cent in jobs - this is the highest ever level in Britain.

And average earnings increased by 3.1 per cent compared with 3.3 per cent in the previous month.

The UK's unemployment rate is now lower than at any time since the end of 1974.

The buoyant figures show Britain's economy still defies the Brexit paralysis and seemingly unending deadlock at Westminster.

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/art...paralysis.html
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One wonders why payroll tax receipts have fallen and benefits paid have increased ?

A two hours a week job takes one off the out of work count , so it is smoke and mirrors .

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We got rid of 2 full time lads and took 80 on zero hours, we give them an hour each a week, it’s really great, we have no NI liability’s etc, pay toll is simple and the staff are happy that they don’t have to pay tax, we did our bit for the unemployment figures.

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11 Brexit promises the government quietly dropped

Leaving aside the £350m for the NHS, Brexit has promised quick and easy trade deals with the EU and the rest of the world, an end to ECJ jurisdiction and free movement, and British control of North Sea fishing. None of this has come to pass. Here are 11 key abandoned claims…


https://www.theguardian.com/politics...uietly-dropped
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11 Brexit promises the government quietly dropped

Leaving aside the £350m for the NHS, Brexit has promised quick and easy trade deals with the EU and the rest of the world, an end to ECJ jurisdiction and free movement, and British control of North Sea fishing. None of this has come to pass. Here are 11 key abandoned claims…


https://www.theguardian.com/politics...uietly-dropped
Dropped? No deal has been reached with the EU yet, plus we are still full blown EU members...........did you miss the EU elections, we participated.
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If you have a gripe take it up with the Guardian.
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