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Trade/EU Exit

Consumer interests should be at the heart of UK policy on trade and beyond EU exit

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Digital Trade: Opportunities and Risks in Future ...

22 Dec 2020

The new way we trade

23 Nov 2020

Empowering and protecting global consumers

National Trade Conversation

11 Nov 2020

Which? has undertaken unique research to get an in-depth ...

Ensuring trade deals work for consumers

28 Jan 2020

The UK is in the unique position of designing its trade policy from ...

Creating a successful enforcement system for UK ...

03 Feb 2019

In this report, Which? highlights the weaknesses of the current ...

CONSULTATION RESPONSES: EU exit and trade

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Brexit no deal: a consumer catastrophe?

12 Oct 2018

This report sets out Which?'s analysis of the consumer impacts of a ...

Welsh Government- Brexit and our land response ...

Which? welcomes the opportunity to respond to the Welsh ...

Defra Health and Harmony: the future for food, ...

Which?'s response to the Defra consultation on its white paper ...

DIT consultation: UK trade negotiations with the ...

Which? has set out four inter-related consumer tests for a successful ...

Consumer Charter for Brexit

We want the Government to deliver a Brexit that puts consumers first.

Trade Bill and Taxation (Crossborder Trade) Bill ...

09 Jan 2018

Which? welcomes the Government’s vision to “build a future trade ...

EU Withdrawal Bill - second reading: Which? ...

11 Sep 2017

Leaving the European Union presents an opportunity for the UK to ...

The Which? round tables on exiting the EU: ...

The UK’s decision to leave the EU will have many implications for ...

Trade/EU exit

Consumer interests in trade deals - report for Which? 924 Kb | 30 Nov 2020