Prime minister to challenge Trump: ‘Drop barriers to UK exports’


As the two meet for first time since Johnson’s election, PM lists British products facing US ‘bureaucratic obstacles’

Boris Johnson will challenge Donald Trump to throw open US markets to British exporters after Brexit, when the two men sit down together on Sunday for their first face-to-face meeting since Johnson became prime minister.

Speaking to reporters en route to the G7 summit in the French town of Biarritz, Johnson listed a string of British products, from cars to cauliflowers and pork pies to rulers, which he claimed faced unnecessary export barriers in the US.

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