All Party Parliamentary Group Appoints CANZUK International As Official Adviser

CANZUK International has been appointed as the official adviser to the UK All Party Parliamentary Group on CANZUK, which will work with UK Members of Parliament from all political parties to promote closer ties between Canada, Australia, New Zealand and the United Kingdom.

The UK All Party Parliamentary Group for CANZUK has appointed CANZUK International as an official advisor
Written by James Skinner
James is the Founder & Chief Executive of CANZUK International in Toronto, Canada


The All Party Parliamentary Group met on Thursday, September 10th to appoint its members and advisers, appointing Paul Bristow, Member of Parliament for Peterborough, as its Chair and Alicia Kearns, Member of Parliament for Rutland and Melton, as its Vice-Chair.

“I’m delighted to take the Chair of the CANZUK APPG”, said Bristow in a statement. As the UK shapes its future, post-Brexit, this is the moment for our parliamentarians to push for closer links with our historic partners in Canada, Australia and New Zealand. There are exciting opportunities ahead.”

CANZUK International was also appointed as Official Adviser to the group, and will provide comprehensive analysis and recommendations to promote facilitated migration, free trade and foreign policy cooperation between Canada, Australia, New Zealand and the United Kingdom.

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The announcement comes shortly after Tony Abbott, who is supportive of CANZUK, was appointed as Co-President of the UK Board of Trade and leading Think Tanks across the UK and Australia endorsed the development of CANZUK as a post-Brexit strategy.

CANZUK International is delighted to be appointed as the Official Adviser to the UK APPG for CANZUK and will continue to work with Members of Parliament in the UK to promote facilitated migration, trade and foreign policy with Canada, Australia and New Zealand.

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