In February 2021, the Cross-Border Services group responded to the call for evidence of the House of Lords “Future UK-EU Relations: Trade in Service” inquiry. The same paper was then updated in April 2021 and submitted as evidence for the newly formed UK Trade and Business Commission.
The paper outlines our concerns about the scope and content of the Trade and Cooperation Agreement, and provides case studies that illustrate the consequences of trade restrictions on service providers in various sectors. You can read the entire paper below.
Written Evidence CBS for UK Trade and Business Commission.docx