One of the main “Leave” claims during the referendum campaign was that leaving the EU would enable the UK to “do its own trade deals”.
To be specific, leaving the EU Customs Union (which is not obligatory even if the UK leaves the EU) would mean this.
However, that raises an obvious question. What precisely is wrong with the trade deals the UK currently has as an EU member state?
(I notice, by the way, that no one attempted to answer last week’s question, which was: What happens if the other party in the trade deal with the UK simply breaks it unilaterally?)