• Thursday, August 11, 2022


Trading on Midlands-India ties

James Brokenshire (right) with Indian minister of civil aviation Jayant Sinha (second from right), Andy Street (centre) and other members of the UK delegation to India

By: Keerthi Mohan

by JAMES BROKENSHIRE Housing, communities and local government secretary, and Midlands engine champion TO SECURE a future filled with prosperity and maintain our place at the world’s top table after Brexit, we need all parts of our country working to their full potential. This rings true for private bodies as much as it does for public ones. The historic ties we hold around the globe are going to be important as we take control of our own trade agreements, but they make sound business sense too. Our country’s future is dependent not just upon how we continue to trade with…

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