British trade experts slam UK government’s ‘unrealistic’ Brexit deal demands

Press quote (The New European)
20 May 2020

Sam Lowe from the think tank, the Centre for European Reform, said certain demands, such as automatic recognition of British qualifications, went “far beyond” what the EU offered other trading partners like Japan and Canada.“The British request to have British qualifications recognised by default, subject to terms and conditions, goes far beyond the EU-Japan deal, or the CETA (Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement) deal with Canada,” he said.