Implications of Irish border arrangements on future trade policy examined

On the 4th July 2018 I had the pleasure of giving evidence to the UK Parliament’s International Trade Committee about the implications of Irish border arrangements on future trade policy along with: Tim Morris, Chief Executive, UK Major Ports Group Nick Platts, Head of Cargo, Heathrow Airport Further details can be found on the UK […]

Effects of Brexit on supply chain of medicines examined

On 5th December I had the pleasure of giving evidence to the UK Parliament’s Health Select Committee alongside: Richard Freudenberg, Secretary-General of the British Association of European Pharmaceutical Distributors Martin Sawer, Executive Director of the Healthcare Distribution Association Dr Jeanette Dickson, Vice President of the Faculty of Clinical Oncology, Royal College of Radiologists  Further details […]

Customs Issues Falling under INTA’s New Remit

The purpose of this commissioned study is to provide a concise account about the relation between European Union (EU) trade and customs policies with particular focus on the common external tariff and trade facilitation as well as he external aspects of customs provisions and management.