This week in Britain after Brexit, there have been a lot of political changes including the sacking of Suella Braverman and the surprise return of David Cameron to the cabinet. Prime Minister Johnson has promised to defy the ruling of “foreign courts” after the UK Supreme Court rejected his Rwanda asylum policy. The EU is also wrestling with migration and the legality of Italy’s migration deal with Albania. Additionally, the EU-UK relationship is plodding on within the limited framework set by the Trade and Cooperation Agreement. The British Chambers of Commerce boss Shevaun Haviland met with European Commission vice-president Maroš Šefčovič to discuss deepening EU-UK trade ties. There is also discussion about the Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism and alignment on emissions trading schemes between the UK and EU. Other issues that have arisen include youth mobility deals and UK-EU border arrangements. The article also mentions the high turnover of government positions in the UK and the impact of this on investor confidence. For more in-depth content, you can subscribe to the Britain after Brexit newsletter.
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