House of Commons
PARLIAMENTARY SCRUTINY OF TRADE DEALS (No. 2)
EDM #166
Tabled 11 July 2017
2017-19 Session
That this House is concerned about the lack of parliamentary scrutiny and accountability of trade deals to which the UK is a party; and calls on the Government to ensure the right of Parliament to set a thorough mandate to govern each trade negotiation, with a remit for the devolved administrations, the right of the public to be consulted as part of setting that mandate, a presumption of full transparency in negotiations, the right of Parliament to amend and to reject trade deals, with full debates and scrutiny guaranteed and a remit for the devolved administrations, and the right of Parliament to review trade deals and withdraw from them in a timely manner.

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