The UK’s trade deficit with the EU
What’s the UK trade deficit with the rest of the EU - and what might that mean for our negotiating position?
Trade with the English-speaking world
It’s correct that the UK trades much more with the rest of the EU than with English-speaking countries further afield - at the moment.
Do two thirds of Welsh exports go to the EU?
The headline figure is correct for goods exports. The way Wales’ trade is calculated has changed significantly in recent months.
What does leaving the EU mean for trade?
We look at what the impact of leaving the EU will be on trade by the UK.
Everything you might want to know about the UK's trade with the EU
Lots of claims have been made about the UK’s trade with the EU. We've gathered together a briefing with everything we know about them here.
Vote Leave "facts" leaflet: trade
Factchecking the Vote Leave "facts" leaflet.
The government's EU leaflet: trade
Factchecking the government's EU referendum leaflet on trade with other EU countries.
EU facts behind the claims: trade rules
In partnership with experts at the UK in a Changing Europe project, we've taken a look at the facts behind the claims on trade rules outside the EU.
Ask Full Fact: the UK’s trade with the EU
Pro-EU campaigners say that 50% of the UK's exports go to the EU, versus 8% to up-and-coming BRICS economies. It's 44% to the EU and 8% to BRICS.
Do half the UK's exports go to Europe?
In 2014, the EU accounted for around 44% of the UK's exports of goods and services.