UK Finance response to the House of Lords EU External Affairs Sub-Committee inquiry into UK sanctions policy after Brexit

The inquiry explores: the advantages and disadvantages of future co-operation between the UK and the EU on sanctions policy; how such co-operation might take place; examples of EU co-ordination with non-Member States on sanctions; the current sanctions regime and how this will be transposed into UK law, including through the EU (Withdrawal) Bill; and the impact of a separate UK sanctions regime on the UK's ability to achieve its foreign policy goals.

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