Chapter IV, Articles 24-28, would allow the free movement of business leaders and other employees of a temporary work enterprise between all contracting states.  However, Article 1, paragraph 2, makes it clear that the free movement of workers and citizens is no longer permitted. “I think it`s very unlikely that the U.S. and the EU will have a free trade agreement in the near future, regardless of the administration,” said Marjorie Chorlins, senior vice president for European affairs at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. “No free trade negotiations are underway and Biden`s team has not suggested that this will be on its list of priorities.” The content of draft treaties and reports on rounds of negotiations are classified by the public, an agreement that The Independent has criticized as “secret and undemocratic”.  As noted above, elected representatives can only consult the texts in a secure “reading room” in Brussels, in order to avoid any new wave of information on the TTIP negotiations. Whoever wins the White House, he would also have inherited the Airbus-Boeing dispute, which nearly two decades before the 2020 election, unless an agreement can be reached before January. Former British Prime Minister David Cameron has said that critics of free trade should not use the National Health Service (NHS) to divert people`s attention and speak honestly about trade deals.
The UK Department for Business, Innovation and Qualifications said TTIP provided adequate protection for the UK NHS.  The 27 governments of the European Union must unanimously approve the partnership in the Council of the European Union, in accordance with Articles 207 and 218 of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union, and the European Parliament is also invited to give its approval. The European Parliament has the power to approve or reject the agreement. In the event that the Council of the European Union, on the proposal of the European Commission, calls the TTIP a “mixed agreement”, the agreement of all parliaments of the EU Member States is required, in accordance with the various constitutional procedures, before the agreement enters into force. In the United States, both houses of Congress will have to pass the agreement before it can be ratified.  In October 2018, President Trump announced his intention to begin trade negotiations with three new markets, one of which is the EU.