The APPG will explore how trade has a real-life impact, including how trade interacts with: food standards, farming and animal welfare; the environment and climate change; jobs and workers’ rights; sustainable development in the Global South; human rights and rule of law; digital rights and online harms; public services, health and the NHS.
1. Carol Clarke
20/01/2020 - Early Day Motions
Found: That this House congratulates fair trade champion Carol Clarke on receiving the Outstanding Achievement
Trade Union Facilities Time 2018/19 - GOV.UK
3. Possible changes to the Upper Tribunal Rules arising from trade remedies appeals
12/06/2019 - Tribunal Procedure Committee
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Found: changes to the Upper Tribunal Rules arising from trade remedies appeals - GOV.UK
Found: Written evidence - Trade Justice Dundee Written evidence submitted by Trade Justice Dundee (TFI0006) Scottish
5. Trade with the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership
18/07/2019 - Department for International Trade
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to the 2018 DIT
public consultation on trade negotiations for accessation to the CPTPP, as
1. Genocide: Bringing Perpetrators to Justice
27/05/2021 - Grand Committee
1: of Auschwitz—notably the International Court of Justice and, later, the International Criminal Court. It - Speech Link
2: Government would be prepared to do a bilateral trade deal with China even if it were guilty of genocide—so - Speech Link
2. Oral Answers to Questions
23/01/2020 - Commons Chamber
1: for trade in the world. We aim to secure agreements with countries accounting for 80% of UK trade within - Speech Link
2: the negotiations with other countries to increase trade, what is she doing to make sure that farmers from - Speech Link
3: out, there are huge opportunities for farmers for trade—for example, getting lamb into the US market. The - Speech Link
3. Colombia: Human Rights
12/07/2021 - Lords Chamber
1: principles underpinning the UK-Andean Countries Trade Agreement and expect our partners to do the same - Speech Link
2: Minister for his reply. The UK’s 2019 continuity trade agreement with Colombia commits the UK Government - Speech Link
3: countries to their human rights commitments. The actual trade agreement is, of course, yet to be ratified by Colombia - Speech Link
4. Continuity Agreement: Kingdom of Morocco
09/03/2020 - Lords Chamber
1: Sahara; and calls on the Government to ensure a trade agreement conforms to international law in relation - Speech Link
2: Parliament’s continuing inability to scrutinise UK trade deals in a meaningful way. As your Lordships’ House - Speech Link
3: Government intend to involve Parliament in future trade deals is the Command Paper that was produced by - Speech Link
5. Trade Bill
09/02/2021 - Commons Chamber
1: the message from the House of Lords on the Trade Bill, which is to be considered in accordance with the - Speech Link
2: of course plays a vital role in scrutinising our trade policy. We currently have robust scrutiny arrangements - Speech Link
3: mind—that Parliament would have an effective veto on a trade agreement through the CRaG process by continuing - Speech Link
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Fleur Anderson MP, House of Commons, London, SW1A 0AA. Tel: 0207 219 3000.
Public Enquiry Point:
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The Trade Justice Movement acts as the group's secretariat. https://www.tjm.org.uk/
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