The Treasury Secretary of the United States, Steve Mnuchin, said that the Trump administration expects to sign a post-Brexit trade deal with the United Kingdom by the end of this year.
President Donald Trump has talked up the prospect of a “tremendous” trade deal with the United Kingdom during his keynote Davos Speech.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson is planning to use his pursuit of a U.S. trade deal as leverage when negotiating with the EU post-Brexit.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson could start trade negotiations with the United States before the European Union, signalling to Brussels he is serious about diverging from the bloc after Brexit.
U.S. ambassador to the UK Woody Johnson has suggested that British negotiators work “day and night” to secure a bilateral trade deal with the United States in order to “strengthen your hard” against the EU in similar trade talks.
The majority of Americans back a bilateral trade deal with Brexit Britain, while more than half believe the Special Relationship is more important now than it was five years ago.
John Bolton, President Donald Trump’s national security adviser, has said that the United Kingdom and United States are “on course for an unprecedented partnership” during a visit to Britain. Mr Bolton met with Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Monday where
The U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has said that America will “be ready on the doorstep, pen in hand”, to sign a trade deal with the UK post-Brexit.
The UK’s foreign secretary, Dominic Raab, has praised U.S. President Donald Trump for his “warmth and enthusiasm for the UK-U.S. relationship” during a trip to Washington DC to discuss a post-Brexit bilateral trade deal.
Nigel Farage has said that he plans to lead an independent trade delegation to the U.S. to negotiate a post-Brexit free trade deal between the U.S. and UK. Mr Farage, speaking to Fox Business, said: “The UK Government are simply