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A timeline of UK trade and trade justice

TJM celebrates its 20th anniversary with a new report looking back at two decades of campaigning for a fair and just trading system.

TJM Report

A timeline of UK trade and trade justice

TJM celebrates its 20th anniversary with a new report looking back at two decades of campaigning for a fair and just trading system.

TJM Report

UK trade policy - why good scrutiny matters

The UK’s trade scrutiny processes should be overhauled to make sure they are open, inclusive and transparent.

TJM Briefing

Aligning the UK’s climate, trade and development policies: The case of the UK Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism (CBAM)

This joint report by TJM and Transform Trade highlights the risks of a Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism (CBAM) for developing countries.

TJM Briefing

Trade rules and agriculture: a broken relationship

This briefing sets out in which trade rules influence agricultural policy and makes preliminary recommendations for a UK strategy.

TJM Briefing

Gulf Cooperation Council and potential GCC-UK Trade Agreement

This Briefing explains why TJM does not believe an FTA between the UK and the GCC is desirable or will help the UK achieve its economic objectives.

TJM Briefing

Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership

This TJM Briefing looks in detail at the Pacific (CPTPP) trade deal and why we are calling for a halt to the accession process.

TJM Briefing

Towards a fair and strategic trade and climate policy

This report from the UK Climate and Trade Commission calls for Government-led change so that trade p...

TJM Briefing

UK-India trade negotiations: why both countries must put development first

This report calls for a pause in the pursuit of a trade agreement until the serious human rights situation in India is rectified.

TJM Report

New Trade Bill continues trend to restrict role of Parliament

As it stands both the conception and implementation of the Trade (Australia and New Zealand) Bill are bypassing essential Parliamentary scrutiny.

TJM Briefing