British ministers portray the UK as a world leader in trade liberality policy and process and aim to negotiate a structure of new bilateral trade agreements with individual countries. Trade agreements have advantages and disadvantages. By removing tariffs, they lower import prices and benefit consumers. However, some domestic industries are suffering. They cannot compete with countries that have a lower standard of living. As a result, they can go bankrupt and their employees can suffer. Trade agreements often force a compromise between businesses and consumers. Free trade agreements reduce barriers to trade between two or more countries by lowering or eliminating tariffs and import quotas […].