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Boris Johnson – the UK PM front runner – said of Procurement that: “… he wanted to change public procurement rules which could see UK companies favoured when bidding for billions of pounds worth of Government work.” The very knowledgeable Pedro Telles, Senior Lecturer in Law at Swansea University and Adjunct at the Law Futures Centre of Griffith University working mostly with public procurement, EU and company law, states in his blog that about 97% of procurement is already being spent with British companies. However, he says, any move to tilt the playing field in favour of British companies will trigger some significant downsides. Read his opinion here with a link to his (2017) co-authored paper – Examining Brexit Through the GPA’s (Government Procurement Agreement) Lens: What Next for UK Public Procurement Reform?

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