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The government will come under pressure to accept food imports produced to lower standards than in the UK to maintain cheap prices after Brexit, warn industry leaders. Defra secretary Michael Gove promised British farmers the government will back out of any trade deals that would require the country to accept lower standards, such as imports of chlorinated chicken and hormone-treated beef from the USA. But failure to strike a good deal for agriculture with the EU, including a comprehensive free-trade […]
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