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The negotiations which will set our relationship with our closest neighbours for the next generation are being rushed in a reckless game of chicken.
Michel Barnier accuses UK of "backtracking" on commitments but government sources accuse EU of offering only a "binary choice".
Future British governments could be unable to repeal new laws on workers’ rights, the environment, and health and safety, under the terms of the EU’s proposed Brexit trade deal.
Only one in 10 voters wants the UK to abandon European regulations on the environment, labour market and food safety, according to a poll.
Leaked copy of plan suggests UK will be told to match EU on workers’ rights, environmental protection and state aid
The PM's EU Withdrawal Agreement Bill not only drives the hardest Brexit of all, it shuts MPs out of negotiations on the UK's future relationship with the EU
Michael Gove appeared to confirm reports that the guarantees have vanished from Boris Johnson's Brexit Bill. But he insisted it'll be okay - because there'll be a separate law in the Queen's Speech.
Brexit negotiator links free-trade deal to workers’ rights and environmental protection.
The Labour Party has hit out at leaked plans to diverge from EU workers' rights laws after Brexit.
'We still have no legally binding guarantee that UK rights will keep pace with EU minimum standards'
Dispatches goes undercover in a major US poultry processing plant to investigate chlorinated chicken, which is being pushed as part of a post-Brexit US trade deal
Just in time for Trump’s UK visit, Channel 4’s Dispatches looked at the food standard implications of a post-Brexit trade deal with the US. It wasn’t a pretty sight.
The European Parliament has approved new EU rules to protect workers in the so-called "gig economy". / The law sets minimum rights and demands increased transparency for those in "on-demand" jobs, such as at Uber or Deliveroo.
Theresa May has been accused of offering “meaningless empty rhetoric” on workers’ rights to win support for her Brexit deal, while quietly eroding vital protections in a no-deal scenario.
Government officials have raised the prospect that hard-won workers’ rights could be reviewed by the Government after Brexit in an attempt to boost Britain’s economy, The Independent can reveal.
For working people in Britain, her deal doesn’t take back control: it allows the Tories to take it away