The United Kingdom’s House of Lords International Agreements Sub-Committee has called for evidence on the recent U.K.-U.S. trade negotiations.
Similarly, the committee is investigating trade negotiations concerning food safety and agriculture. It is also looking into healthcare, drug pricing, and digital trade and services.
The committee requested submissions of written evidence by Friday. However, it will leave the call for evidence open as long as the trade negotiations stay open.
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“The International Agreements Sub-Committee has been established to scrutinize how the government negotiates new international agreements for a post-Brexit U.K.,” Lord Goldsmith, Chairman of the parliamentary committee, said. “The go…