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Proposals due to be published on Thursday by the UK Government will see powers in at least 70 policy areas previously controlled by the EU flow instead to Edinburgh, Cardiff and Belfast
Senior figures in Scotland and Wales warn Brexit is bringing a ‘statutory fist crashing down’.
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If Britain wants a trade deal with the US, it must accept American food standards, including those allowing genetic modification and chicken to be washed in chlorine, the head of America’s farming lobby has said.
Admission lays bare limited benefits of ‘ambitious’ agreement with Donald Trump.
BORDER checks between Scotland, England and Wales could be required because of varying food standards after Brexit, academics have warned.
Border checks between Scotland, England and Wales could be required because of varying food standards after Brexit, academics have warned.
‘This is clearly an attempt to make it harder for the public and parliament to ensure protections are not traded away’
British farmers fear they could go out of business following a post-Brexit trade deal with the US, the National Farmers Union has told the BBC.
The UK must accept US food standards as part of any future trade deal with Washington, the head of America's farming lobby has said.
Boris Johnson’s new trade secretary will be tasked with negotiating as many new trade deals as possible. Here are some fault-lines expected to emerge over the coming months.
British farmers could get the chance to plant genetically modified crops as part of Boris Johnson's Brexit plans.
The EU executive has already prepared the ground for a new initiative on gene editing to overhaul the current GMO legislation, EU agriculture commissioner Phil Hogan has said.
Historian Sir Simon Schama has warned that Donald Trump is a president "ready to pounce" in the event of a no-deal Brexit as he criticised the US ambassador.
Wanting to forge new trading relationships after Brexit and securing them are two very different things.
Big firms want Donald Trump to play hard ball over the NHS, food quality and consumer rights.
In this thread Steve Analyst reviews submissions from US businesses on their requirements for a US-UK trade deal including: lower food, contamination and safety standards; removing labels for traceability; admission of GMO; ...