Future of UK-EU trade deal explored by MPs
The International Trade Committee holds an evidence session as part of its UK-EU trading relationship inquiry.
The session with experts focuses on how the UK-EU trade relationship, and the implementation of the Trade and Cooperation Agreement (TCA) between the UK and EU, is likely to evolve.
Witnesses’ views could be sought on whether the upcoming review of the TCA, currently expected in 2026, is likely to significantly change the terms of UK-EU trade, whether the terms of trade could be improved, and what more the Government could do to boost trade flows with the EU.
Other likely topics of discussion include the future for UK-EU cooperation on energy, mutual recognition of product standards, labour mobility, financial services regulation, and joint management of fisheries resources.