Leaked document highlights risk to post-Brexit food standards
The UK's Department for International Trade will back lower food standards in a bid to secure a post-Brexit trade deal with the US, a leaked ministerial briefing has suggested.The document urges environment secretary Theresa Villiers to “push back strongly“ against significant pressure for controversial products like hormone-grown beef and chlorinated chicken to be sold in
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