International Trade & Europe

"G20 finance ministers have lost their way" says Shadow Secretary of State for International Trade, Barry Gardiner, responding to the G20 decision to drop their pledge to oppose protectionism.

Barry Gardiner responding to the G20 decision to drop their pledge against protectionism

"G20 finance ministers have lost their way" says Shadow Secretary of State for International Trade, Barry Gardiner, responding to the G20 decision to drop their pledge to oppose protectionism. Read more

Barry Gardiner MP, Shadow Secretary of State for International Trade, commenting on this week’s inaugural Commonwealth Trade Ministers meeting said:

Barry calls for an International Trade White Paper

Barry Gardiner MP, Shadow Secretary of State for International Trade, commenting on this week’s inaugural Commonwealth Trade Ministers meeting said: Read more

On the day that Parliament debates triggering Article 50, the government sought to minimise scrutiny of the controversial Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement between the EU and Canada by bringing a debate before a small committee of MPs in a room upstairs from the main chamber.

Barry, speaking for the Labour Party, said:

Barry challenges the government to allow Parliament to debate CETA

On the day that Parliament debates triggering Article 50, the government sought to minimise scrutiny of the controversial Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement between the EU and Canada by bringing... Read more

Barry Gardiner MP, Shadow Secretary of State for International Trade, commenting on Liam Fox’s failure to allow parliamentary scrutiny on the EU-Canada trade deal (CETA) within his own deadline, said:

Barry criticises Liam Fox for overriding Parliament on CETA trade deal

Barry Gardiner MP, Shadow Secretary of State for International Trade, commenting on Liam Fox’s failure to allow parliamentary scrutiny on the EU-Canada trade deal (CETA) within his own deadline, said: Read more

Barry Gardiner, Labour’s shadow international trade secretary, today met with a London-based export business to discuss the impact that uncertainty around leaving the EU is having on business.

 

Barry visits local business to discuss trade post-Brexit

Barry Gardiner, Labour’s shadow international trade secretary, today met with a London-based export business to discuss the impact that uncertainty around leaving the EU is having on business.   Read more

Barry Gardiner MP, Shadow Secretary of State for International Trade, responding to a BBC Panorama investigation into allegations of corrupt practices, including bribery, by Rolls Royce plc and its representatives said:

Barry calls for an investigation into allegations of corruption in overseas commercial trade

Barry Gardiner MP, Shadow Secretary of State for International Trade, responding to a BBC Panorama investigation into allegations of corrupt practices, including bribery, by Rolls Royce plc and its representatives... Read more

Barry Gardiner, Shadow Secretary of State for International Trade, said in response to the EU-Canada Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) going ahead:

Barry on CETA: Tory ministers are undermining parliamentary sovereignty

Barry Gardiner, Shadow Secretary of State for International Trade, said in response to the EU-Canada Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) going ahead: Read more

Barry Gardiner, Shadow Secretary of State for International Trade, said in response to continued uncertainty over the EU-Canada Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement:

 

 

Barry warns UK government over future trade deals follow CETA delays

Barry Gardiner, Shadow Secretary of State for International Trade, said in response to continued uncertainty over the EU-Canada Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement:     Read more

Barry Gardiner, Shadow Secretary of State for International Trade, responding to claims by Liam Fox that Britain's non-EU partners had indicated they would allow the UK to continue trading on existing terms after the UK leaves the EU, said:

Barry dismisses Tories' 'cross your fingers' approach to trade deals

Barry Gardiner, Shadow Secretary of State for International Trade, responding to claims by Liam Fox that Britain's non-EU partners had indicated they would allow the UK to continue trading on... Read more

Barry Gardiner MP, Shadow Secretary of State for International Trade, commenting on today’s Times report that hard Brexit could see us revert to WTO rules and cost up to £66 billion a year:

 

Barry comments on revelations that 'Hard Brexit' could cost £66bn

Barry Gardiner MP, Shadow Secretary of State for International Trade, commenting on today’s Times report that hard Brexit could see us revert to WTO rules and cost up to £66... Read more

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