The United States remains the UK’s primary economic partner, followed by Germany, Ireland, the Netherlands, France, and China.
Because the EU is still vital to the UK economy, I anticipate London to find a solution to the customer’s control of the Irish Sea dispute with Brussels. A compromise will preserve the two countries’ free trade agreement unscathed.
Geopolitically, the UK will need a stronger relationship with the EU, particularly in the energy, technology, and research sectors. We predict London to reach a compromise with Brussels in order to accomplish its long-term geopolitical ambitions.
London is attempting to increase its geopolitical influence in other regions of the world by pursuing stronger ties with Australia, Israel, Canada, and Mexico, as well as a Trans-Pacific Partnership agreement, in order to become an indispensable player in Southeast Asia.