Delivering Brexit and building a new path for Britain

I am campaigning for

- the fulfilment of the Leave verdict from the 2016 EU Referendum.

- the freedom to set our own independent global trading policy through my work on the International Trade Select Committee.

- investment in our local skills base to get more people into fulfilling work and reduce our dependence on migrant labour.

- a new strategy for our region that links the ports, transport hubs and logistics parks of the Thames Estuary and Eastern London to make the most of new global trading opportunities. 

- support to local businesses who have not yet considered exporting or who would like assistance in expanding into new markets.

News

Harold Wood firm helps International Trade Committee

Not long after I was elected, I was invited to visit food import business, Anzco, at their Harold Wood office to discuss Brexit and trade policy. Anzco exports high quality New Zealand beef and lamb into the UK and employs over 3000 staff worldwide. 

Bernard Jenkin shares political insights on Upminster visit

With Brexit negotiations entering a critical phase, there are still plenty of questions over the likely character of our future relationship with the EU and I wanted to give residents an opportunity to raise any concerns about the negotiation process at a high level.

Future trade remedies after the UK leaves the EU

I made the following contribution to a debate on our future Trade Remedies Authority, tabled by Jack Brereton MP.

Julia Lopez Conservative, Hornchurch and Upminster  5:03 pm, 17th April 2018

Global exports up at Silverhook

This morning the team and I visited Harold Wood manufacturer, Silverhook, after receiving an invitation by dynamic Chief Executive, John Iszatt, to discuss exporting. 

Dr Liam Fox visits Hornchurch to talk trade

International Trade Secretary, Rt Hon Dr Liam Fox MP visited Queen’s Theatre, Hornchurch, today to talk to Havering businesses about how to make the most of exporting opportunities as Britain prepares to leave the EU.

Setting up an independent Trade Remedies Authority

I attended oral questions to the International Trade Secretary this morning to ask the following question about the pressing need to set up an impartial Trade Remedies Authority when we leave the EU.

Julia Lopez Conservative, Hornchurch and Upminster