Brexit and trade© Tim Scrivener
Government has been told to develop a comprehensive food policy in order to make a success of Brexit for the food and farming industries and consumers, as outlined in a House of Lords report. Brexit: food prices and availability, produced by the House of Lords EU Energy and Environment Sub-Committee, stresses the government has to be clearer over what it wants regarding maintaining high food and welfare standards or delivering on promises of lower food prices for consumers. See also: Young […]
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