Government promises to maintain 'high environmental standards' in post-Brexit trade

Madeleine Cuff
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Government promises to maintain 'high environmental standards' in post-Brexit trade

Echoing Environment Secretary Michael Gove's assurances, new Brexit position paper promises changes to trading relationships will not lead to lower environmental standards

The British government has today reasserted its promise that post-Brexit trade with the EU and other markets will not lead to an erosion of the UK's high environmental and animal welfare standards...

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