A TRULY GLOBAL UK
WORKING WITH THE WORLD
Having left the European Union, the UK finds itself at a crossroads. In 2021, the UK has a choice.
We have the chance to bring together like-minded nations to overcome the world’s greatest challenges. But to do that, the UK must first repair its relationship with the EU.
The UK will host the COP26 climate summit this year. We have an opportunity to convene the world’s response to the climate emergency.
The majority of voters think tackling climate change is the UK’s most important duty, and 80% think we should work with international organisations to do so.
Best for Britain recommends the Government pursue a truly green agenda at home, like hitting all our emissions targets, to demonstrate to our allies we are ready to lead the way on climate action..
The EU remains our most important trading partner. Building trade deals alone may compromise our high environmental and workplace standards. It could also bring down standards and certainty around the world.
Over 80% of voters want the UK to work with other nations to promote free and globally positive trade.
Best for Britain recommends the Government continues to work with the EU to rebuild our trading relationship.
The UK must work with like-minded nations to promote democracy, equality and human rights around the world.
Three quarters of voters believe we should work with others to confront Russia and China, and to tackle global hunger and poverty.
Best for Britain recommends the Government reverses its cuts to international aid.