Michael Gove© Tim Scrivener
New Defra secretary Michael Gove has been accused of performing a U-turn over pledges that Brexit would present an opportunity to import cheaper food into the UK. During the EU referendum campaign, Mr Gove promised British consumers they would benefit from cheaper food because of more imports from outside the EU. In a previous interview with the Daily Mail, he suggested an independent Britain “could choose to strike free-trade agreements with emerging economies and lower tariffs”. “He [Mr Gove] told voters […]
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