UK trade deals: Concern over unregulated imports

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    Protests are planned in London against the UK government’s refusal to pass laws to stop cheap imported meat and other animal products in new trade deals after Brexit. This includes US chlorinated food items that do not meet European standards. Al Jazeera’s Andrew Simmons went to a farm in the village of Dalby, in England’s Lincolnshire Wolds to assess the damage unregulated imports could cause. –

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