Government urged to apply 'gold standard' trade deal scrutiny to support green goals

Michael Holder
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People have 'justifiable concerns' that future trade deals could undermine UK environmental standards, says National Food Strategy

The UK should aspire to a "gold standard" level of scrutiny and transparency over any future trade deals it seeks outside the EU, in a move that could help allay fears of environment, food and animal welfare...

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