The proposed EU-US Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) is a trade agreement that, if (and only if) signed off by the European Parliament, has the potential to deliver real, tangible benefits for workers and companies in the EU and the UK. An independent study estimates that a comprehensive deal with the US would benefit the economies of EU countries to the tune of €120bn - that is an average €545 (£433) in extra disposable income for a family of four each year. Furthermore consumers will benefit from reduced tariffs and those with professional qualifications will be able to use their skills on both sides of the Atlantic.
This website aims to put to rest some of the myths that are being circulated but also it aims to inform people of ongoing negotiations to improve transparency. The Conservatives in the European Parliament strongly believe that TTIP will benefit both Europe and the USA. On this site you will find access to all the links and resources that we use to remain informed on this ongoing partnership. We will also keep you aware of all ongoing events and news that is coming out of negotiations. It is vital to us that this agreement communicates and works with members of the public.