International Trade Committee

UK Trade Policy Transparency and Scrutiny inquiry

Inquiry status: open

The deadline for written submissions was Friday 22 June. If you would like to submit late evidence please contact Committee staff.

Scope of the inquiry

The International Trade Committee have launched a new inquiry to investigate the appropriate level of transparency and scrutiny of trade strategy and negotiations as the UK begins establishing a post-Brexit trade regime. The Committee will draw on the approaches taken by similar nations and trading blocs to inform its conclusions.

Terms of reference: UK Trade Policy Transparency and Scrutiny

Latest evidence

  • 20 Jun 2018 - UK trade policy transparency and scrutiny - oral evidence | PDF version (PDF180 KB) HC 1043 | Published 29 Jun 2018

    Evidence given by Shanker Singham, Director of the International Trade and Competition Unit, Institute of Economic Affairs, Sir Lockwood Smith, International Trade and Competition Unit Advisory Council, Alan Oxley, International Trade and Competition Unit Advisory Council, John Weekes, International Trade and Competition Unit Advisory Council

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