(This was a step back from the promise made by the May government – in its March 2019 response to the International Trade Committee`s report on the trade policy review – of a debate at this stage of the free trade agreement process with new partners.) However, the proposed process of the new Term 4 would cover the signing phase of these free trade agreements as well as the entire process for all FTA negotiations initiated in the Code after the arrival of the new process. The President may, in the same manner and under the same conditions, make to Congress such recommendations concerning the application of such requirements, amendments or recommendations as he may make under Section 2112(f) of this Title with respect to a trade agreement. Given that the trade law has not yet gone to the House of Lords (which will almost certainly introduce requirements for parliamentary scrutiny, even if the House of Commons opposes it on July 20), there is still room to refine new processes for revising trade agreements put in place by the possible Trade Act. But if the new Term 4 is voted on July 20, it is a vote on the principle that MPs want to have greater control over British free trade agreements than before Brexit. Members should take this opportunity to signal that they are doing so. This argument is justified. However, as the Trade Act has not yet gone to the House of Lords, there would be room for manoeuvre to refine the application of the new procedure proposed by the new Clause 4. .