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Cheap food imports produced to lower animal welfare standards could put UK farmers at a competitive disadvantage after Brexit, warns a House of Lords committee. The warning is contained in a farm animal welfare report published by the House of Lords EU energy and environment sub-committee. The government’s wish for the UK to be a global leader in free trade is not necessarily compatible with its desire to maintain high animal welfare standards, says the document. See also: Cabinet split […]
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