Tuesday, August 13, 2019

Global Britain

The Foreign Secretary has set out his plans for a truly global future after Britain leaves the European Union on 31 October.

  • After Brexit the Conservatives have no intention of retreating into "little England isolation but intent to take opportunities to deepen our partnerships around the world. 
  • In his first fortnight as Foreign Secretary, Dominic Raab has met the foreign ministers of 22 countries, who have spoken of their ambition to strengthen their ties with us. 
  • The Foreign Secretary highlighted the United States’ readiness to sign a deal – which would boost business and enhance consumer choice on both sides of the Atlantic. 
  • We will also work with Canada to boost investment, ensure a smooth transition on our trade and promote global values. 
  • And we will bolster our commitment to the Asia-Pacific and Latin America regions, developing stronger trade, and working together to ensure stability.

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