Cameroonian farmers need protecting from free trade with the EU, and Britain has recently pledged investment into 3 African economies. In times of Brexit, the UK is re thinking trade with the world. So recently, have pledged large sums to Africa after exiting from the European Union. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-45325701 Into RSA (Republic of South Africa), Kenya and Nigeria to be precise. If somebody is dumping onto any of these markets/economies my country has pledged a lot of money to (the EU's doing it to Cameroon's) then I'd want my country/The UK the stick up for these locals my country has invested into. Because we already have made in China, made in Vietnam, made in Sri Lanka and made in Bangladesh, how about making Africa give Asia a run for its money?