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Old 19th May 2020, 22:22   #1991 (permalink)
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Re: Brexit going forward

Cars imported into the UK from European Union (EU) countries will be subject to a 10% import tariff from the start of next year, the UK government has confirmed.

Revealed by the Department for International Trade as part of its wide-reaching announcement on the countryís post-Brexit trade tariffs, the default to World Trade Organisation (WTO) terms means cars built in the EU will be subject to the same tariff rate as cars from elsewhere in the world.

https://www.autocar.co.uk/car-news/i...european-union


But its OK Liz Truss .. has.reduced or removed current tariffs on Christmas Tree's etc etc ..................... Can't wait for what she will do in the UK/US trade talks...
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Re: Brexit going forward

You mention Liz Truss and I accept when it comes to Tory ministers being incompetent or way out of their depth- we are spoilt for choice

However this dummy sure takes the biscuit!!!!

Not sure if its because her presentational style is cringeworthy- comes across like a rubbish comedian dying on stage- or is it just shes vacuous


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You mention Liz Truss and I accept when it comes to Tory ministers being incompetent or way out of their depth- we are spoilt for choice

However this dummy sure takes the biscuit!!!!

Not sure if its because her presentational style is cringeworthy- comes across like a rubbish comedian dying on stage- or is it just shes vacuous


https://youtu.be/n_wkO4hk07o
Any biscuits to be taken by dummies needs to wrestle them from Diane Abbott first.
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Cars imported into the UK from European Union (EU) countries will be subject to a 10% import tariff from the start of next year, the UK government has confirmed.

Revealed by the Department for International Trade as part of its wide-reaching announcement on the countryís post-Brexit trade tariffs, the default to World Trade Organisation (WTO) terms means cars built in the EU will be subject to the same tariff rate as cars from elsewhere in the world.

https://www.autocar.co.uk/car-news/i...european-union


But its OK Liz Truss .. has.reduced or removed current tariffs on Christmas Tree's etc etc ..................... Can't wait for what she will do in the UK/US trade talks...
It will be a two- way street with the EU and UK imposing tariffs on each other. Itís an obvious consequence of the EUs refusal to agree individual sector based free trade deals.
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Any biscuits to be taken by dummies needs to wrestle them from Diane Abbott first.
Same old, same old.
Come on Chips get a grip, it's your government.
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Could David Frost or Michel Barnier have hidden agendas?
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Could David Frost or Michel Barnier have hidden agendas?
I did read yesterday that Barnier has asked for no more letters from the UK, he sent that request by........letter.
By all accounts too much info is being given, I think itís called transparency.
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I copied this from https://www.export.org.uk/news/50835...ounterpart.htm


The UK’s chief negotiator with the EU, David Frost, has written a strongly-worded letter to Michel Barnier calling on the EU to stop pursuing an “unbalanced and unprecedented” deal.

The UK this week published legal details of its proposal for a ‘Canada-style’ deal but accuses the EU of requiring closer alignment than would normally be required of a sovereign nation in a trade agreement.

The letter goes through three key areas of dispute in the negotiation:

The EU is refusing to countenance the UK replicating parts of agreements the EU has signed with other third-party countries, including trade deals with Japan and Canada and an agreement on fisheries with Norway.
The EU is not willing to offer the additional provisions it has offered to other trading partners. Examples include mutual recognition of conformity assessment with Canada, USA, New Zealand and the US, and provisions for regulatory co-operation for financial services agreed with Japan.
For ‘level playing field’ rules, Frost says the UK has set out proposals to “prevent distortions of trade and unfair competitive advantages”, but the EU is asking for “novel and unbalanced proposals which would bind this country to EU law or standards.”
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In the letter he writes:

“Overall, we find it hard to see what makes the UK, uniquely among your trading partners, so unworthy of being offered the kind of well-precedented arrangements commonplace in modern FTAs.”

The UK, meanwhile, has been accused of simply ‘cherry picking’ the best parts of pre-existing deals.

David Henig, director of the UK trade policy project and a former trade negotiator, told the FT this morning that the UK is “looking for more than Canada, Korea or Japan in exchange for the same — or probably even less — in terms of level playing field provisions.”

Business response
As businesses grapple with the potential implications of the planned import tariffs for goods coming into the UK after the transition period, announced yesterday, industry leaders have urged government to quickly agree a deal with the EU.

Mike Hawes, chief executive of the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders, told the Guardian this morning that these tariffs “compound” the importance of the UK securing a trade deal. A 10% tariff will be put on imports of cars into the UK.

“The majority of components that help build British vehicles come from overseas, while nine out of every 10 cars bought in the UK are imported – seven of which being from the EU,” he said.

Clarity welcomed
The tariff announcement yesterday does at least provide clarity for businesses, according to Stephen Phipson, CEO of Make UK.

“Today’s tariff announcement goes some way to providing clarity for business on what a post-Brexit trading environment will look like,” he said.
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Re: Brexit going forward

Keir Starmer insisted the Brexit issue is 'over' today as he dismissed the idea of campaigning to rejoin the EU.

The Labour leader said the only focus now was 'what sort of a deal we have with the EU and what sort of deals we have with the rest of the world'.

He also signalled a break from the disastrous Jeremy Corbyn era by saying he wanted the party to be 'proudly patriotic', and making clear he would not snub state banquets - as his predecessor did when Donald Trump came to the UK.

The intervention, in an interview with the Daily Telegraph, came as Sir Keir tries to bring Labour back from the brink after its worst election showing since 1935.

Sir Keir conceded that the the party's equivocal policy on the EU - which he partly oversaw as shadow Brexit secretary - had been damaging.

'We've left the EU, and therefore, the Leave/Remain argument is over and the only argument now is what sort of a deal we have with the EU and what sort of deals we have with the rest of the world,' he said.

'It's very important for the Labour Party to be clear that whatever position we and others may have taken in the last three and a half, four years, that divide between Leave and Remain is now over.'

Pressed on whether he will try to take the UK back into the bloc if he wins the next general election, scheduled for 2024, he said: 'I don't think there's a case for rejoining the EU and I'm certainly not making that case.'

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It will be a two- way street with the EU and UK imposing tariffs on each other. Itís an obvious consequence of the EUs refusal to agree individual sector based free trade deals.

No, one would disagree... shows exactly what Brexit brings as you show tariffs and the cost of bureaucracy............. instead of what we had before free movement...
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