What Britain’s ‘rollover’ trade deal with Canada really means

Press quote (The Telegraph)
24 November 2020

Other potential upgrades could come on areas such as gender, the environment and digital trade, none of which  should be too tricky given they are issues on which both countries are broadly aligned, according to Sam Lowe, senior fellow at the Centre for European Reform.


“The only reason you’d expect a new agreement to be held up is if the UK wanted to reopen some issues, such as on agriculture,” he adds. “Like the NHS is a huge red line for the UK, cheese is the same for Canada.”