Lamb on supermarket shelves
The UK and the EU are close to agreement on how key agricultural import quotas should be divided between the two sides after Brexit. But the emerging agreement – one of the first backroom “successes” of the current Article 50 negotiations – does nothing more than set up a negotiating platform for future discussions in the World Trade Organization forum with Australia, New Zealand and other key trading partners. Officials in Canberra and Wellington have signalled they will be pushing […]
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