Il primo ministro indiano ha intenzione di visitare il Regno Unito non appena questo mese per firmare un accordo commerciale storico

INDIAN PM Narendra Modi is planning to visit Britain as soon as this month to sign an historic trade deal, Il Sole può rivelare.

Crunch negotiations are reaching thefinal hardest yards”, con Liz Truss preparing to give ground on more visas for Indian business people and students to get the deal over the line.

The Sun can reveal Indian PM Narendra Modi is planning to visit Britain as soon as this month to sign an historic trade deal

The Sun can reveal Indian PM Narendra Modi is planning to visit Britain as soon as this month to sign an historic trade dealCredito: Alamy
Liz Truss is preparing to give ground on more visas for Indian business people and students to get the deal over the line

Liz Truss is preparing to give ground on more visas for Indian business people and students to get the deal over the lineCredito: Reuters

Tariffs on the thousands of tonnes of rice we import every year from India could be slashed in a cost of living win for shoppers.

And clothes made in the South Asian country and shipped to the UK could also drop in price under the planned accord.

It is hoped the deal would also be a massive boost for British spirits producers and carmakers.

An end to Indian tariffs on Scotch and luxury cars like Ranger Rovers, made in the Midlands Occidentali, would see British goods flood the world’s emerging superpower.

India will be bigger than the US and EU by 2050 in terms of population and the globe’s third-largest economy.

Visiting the country in April, ex-PM Boris Johnson promised adeal by Diwali” – which is on 24 ottobre, con Mr Modi hoping to travel to the UK then or shortly after.

But the potential terms of the free trade agreement risks a fresh Cabinet row over immigration numeri.

The Sun can reveal Home Secretary Suella Braverman and the PM are at loggerheads over immigration just three weeks into power.

Whitehall sources say the new Home Secretary has effectively beengaggedby No10 and ishugely disappointedsmall boats hasn’t been made a priority by il primo ministro.

Her team ignored requests from Downing Street to remove references to Rwanda policy in her conference speechsaying they had yet to iron out the policy.

And has confirmed she wanted to bring back thetens of thousandsmigration target that is not currently government policy.

Ma il India trade deal is likely to increase the amount of visas granted to Indians to come and work in Britain, pushing up the migration numbers.

Ex-PM Boris Johnson promised a 'deal by Diwali' - which is on 24 ottobre, with Mr Modi hoping to travel to the UK then or shortly after

Ex-PM Boris Johnson promised a ‘deal by Diwali’ – which is on 24 ottobre, with Mr Modi hoping to travel to the UK then or shortly afterCredito: Reuters