'Green Brexit': Businesses given two year transition 'continuity' with EU rules

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Peers have warned Brexit threatens UK's energy trade with the EU

Government seeks to reassure businesses of continued alignment with environmental rules during transition period, as Lords slam 'flawed' withdrawal bill and energy trade risks

The government has sought to reassure UK businesses that alignment with EU rules, including environmental regulations, will continue during the Brexit transition period, even as it faces fresh criticism...

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