Securing a new trade deal should the UK vote to leave the EU on 23 June is perhaps the most critical aspect of the upcoming referendum. Philip Clarke and Jez Fredenburgh investigate. Throughout history, the UK has had a reputation for being a trading nation. In agriculture especially, the import of foods we can’t produce enough of, and the export of foods we produce in surplus, have been part of everyday commercial life for centuries. Given that trade generates wealth, […]
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