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New CANZUK Report Submitted To UK Members Of Parliament

CANZUK International’s 2019 report, detailing the benefits of freedom of movement, free trade and foreign policy coordination between Canada, Australia, New Zealand and the United Kingdom has been submitted to each Member of Parliament in the United Kingdom.

The 2019 CANZUK report has been issued to all Members of Parliament within the UK House of Commons

Written by James Skinner
James is the founder & chief executive of CANZUK International in Vancouver, Canada


The report titled “The Future of Post-Brexit Britain” outlines the numerous benefits of introducing freedom of movement for citizens and complimentary free trade agreements between Canada, Australia, New Zealand and the United Kingdom, and why the UK’s departure from the European Union is the opportune time to introduce such measures.

The report has also been submitted to the UK’s Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, who recently renewed his call for a Trans-Tasman style free movement area between Canada, Australia, New Zealand and the United Kingdom after Brexit, along with UK-based think tanks The Henry Jackson Society and The Adam Smith Institute.

The full 20 page report can be viewed and downloaded here.

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As the UK is set to leave the European Union on October 31st, 2019, it is expected that CANZUK International’s report will provide a template for which free movement and trade can be established based upon the current Trans-Tasman Travel Agreement and Closer Economic Relations Trade Agreement existing between Australia and New Zealand.

CANZUK International will continue to work with government officials and diplomats in the United Kingdom and ensure that free movement and trade between Canada, Australia, New Zealand and the United Kingdom is recognised as a priority policy following the UK’s upcoming departure from the European Union.

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