After Chequers - the alternative Brexit White Paper
After months of anticipation, Theresa May’s government has finally fleshed out in detail their view of Britain's future relationship with the EU - but what would these proposals really look like in practice?
Today we’re joined by members of the IEA’s Trade and International Competition Unit, who give their view of the Chequers proposals and examine whether they would allow Britain to maximise on the opportunities of Brexit.
Senior Counsel Victoria Hewson and Senior Policy Analyst Radomir Tylecote sat down with Editorial Manager Madeline Grant to discuss the importance of regulatory autonomy - the topic of their new paper - and why remaining too closely wedded to EU institutions would hinder our ability to negotiate future trade deals and create a more competitive environment.
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