“Britain’s exit from the European Union represents the biggest shift in our foreign policy in a generation. For the first time in decades, our role in the world will be completely ours to shape.
We believe that post-COVID and post-Brexit, there is a pressing need for a new APPG covering the subject of foreign affairs. Whilst Brexit has provoked soul searching about Britain’s place in the world, this has not, as yet, yielded much clarity about the UK’s long-term strategic direction.
This Government must now both articulate a coherent, credible, and comprehensive foreign policy agenda for Britain, and build the machinery to put it into action. My colleagues and I have re-founded the APPG on Foreign Affairs to support this vital agenda. For too long, previous governments have failed to operate a truly joined-up foreign policy. The UK has extraordinary potential.
We must leverage this position and deliver a foreign policy which brings high-value manufacturing and high-skilled, high-quality jobs back to these shores, especially to communities in Northern England, Scotland and Wales.
Our position on foreign affairs can be summarised as:
We encourage all organisations involved with foreign affairs to contact us, join our new network, and take part in our first consultation.”
Imran Ahmad Khan MP
Sarah Champion MP
Lisa Cameron MP
SNP, East Kilbride, Strathaven and Lesmahagow
Adam Holloway MP
Andrew Bowie MP
Bob Blackman MP
Bob Seely MP
David Johnston MP
Anthony Mangnall MP
Catherine West MP
Dan Jarvis MP
Tony Lloyd MP
Paul Bristow MP
If you are interested in joining the APPG as a partner organisation, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
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