The UK has continued to agree trade deals with a variety of countries now it is no longer in the European Union.
From 1 January 2021, EU trade agreements no longer applied in the UK.
The government signed a post-Brexit trade deal with the EU after tight negotiations at the end of 2020, and has continued to strike a series of fresh agreements with non-EU countries.
Most of these will ensure the UK continues the trading arrangements it enjoyed with those countries as an EU member state.
These are the countries and trading blocs the UK has agreements with, so far:
This table will be kept updated so please return to find out which countries the UK has agreed trade deals with.
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