Brexit and trade© Tim Scrivener
Fears British farmers could face unfair competition from sub-standard imports post Brexit have been raised again, following media reports about a possible trade deal being negotiated with Australia. Last weekend, international trade secretary Liam Fox revealed he hoped to have 40 trade arrangements with 70 non-EU countries in place by the end of the Brexit transition period in 2020. See also: Peter Kendall worried about Defra’s ‘dangerous’ food policy According to a report in The Times, Mr Fox has identified […]
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