BREAKING: UK Signs Historic Trade Deal With Australia
15 June 2021
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By A Correspondent | British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has signed a trade deal with Australia touted to boost the economy. The nation walked away from the European Union last year.

In an announcement, Johnson said: “Today’s deal will create incredible opportunities for British businesses and consumers, by: Removing all tariffs on British goods, making it cheaper to sell iconic products like cars, Scotch whisky and ceramics into Australia.


“Slashing red tape for thousands of entrepreneurs and small businesses trading with Australia.Saving British shoppers money with lower prices and more choice.Making it easier to travel and work in Australia, especially for young people.Safeguarding British farmers whilst opening up new trading opportunities.


“And believe me Amanda, this is just the start of the world of opportunities we are grasping as an independent trading nation.


“We are already making excellent progress towards striking more tailored trade deals with like-minded allies across the globe. And today’s deal paves the way for us to join the Trans-Pacific Partnership, a £9 trillion free trade area of some of the world’s largest and most dynamic economies.


“Today’s deal will create incredible opportunities for British businesses and consumers, by:


“Removing all tariffs on British goods, making it cheaper to sell iconic products like cars, Scotch whisky and ceramics into Australia.


“Slashing red tape for thousands of entrepreneurs and small businesses trading with Australia.
Saving British shoppers money with lower prices and more choice.


“Making it easier to travel and work in Australia, especially for young people.

“Safeguarding British farmers whilst opening up new trading opportunities.


“And believe me Amanda, this is just the start of the world of opportunities we are grasping as an independent trading nation.

“We are already making excellent progress towards striking more tailored trade deals with like-minded allies across the globe.

“And today’s deal paves the way for us to join the Trans-Pacific Partnership, a £9 trillion free trade area of some of the world’s largest and most dynamic economies.”