The Government laid in Parliament continuity agreements with Chile and Eastern and Southern Africa states on 6 February 2019 with an accompanying explanatory memorandum for each as part of the UK’s established treaty ratification process – as set out in the Constitutional Reform and Governance Act 2010. These agreements will be ratified by this process as they are now. These are not new free trade agreements with countries that the UK is not already party to by virtue of our EU membership.
The Government also published a report to explain any significant changes to the trade-related provisions made.
These documents are available on GOV.UK.