Kiwi PM praises Theresa May's 'clarity and determination' over Brexit as leaders prepare 'high quality' UK-New Zealand free trade deal
Friday, 13 January 2017 () New Zealand PM Bill English, left, and Theresa May, right, met in Downing Street today as they began talking about a 'comprehensive' free trade deal to be struck after Britain leaves the EU.
The foreign secretary says Britain is ‘first in line’ to do a free trade deal with the new US government led by Donald Trump. In a video statement, shot on Monday during his visit to Washington DC, Johnson declares that the incoming administration had ‘a very exciting agenda of change’
Delivering another boost to Theresa May's hopes of striking new free trade deals, Antony Scaramucci, pictured, said the UK will be one of Trump's priorities when... MailOnline - Front PageAlso reported by •Reuters •City A.M.