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Trade deals

As the UK leaves the orbit of the EU’s Customs Union, the government is negotiating a plethora of trade deals with other countries. Deals with less regulated economies – like the US – could undermine our rights and protections, and damage corporate accountability. Many of these deals are being negotiated in secret.

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