PM targets post-Brexit associate membership of EU chemicals body

Prime minister says government will explore with the EU the terms on which the UK could remain part of the European Chemicals Agency after Brexit

Theresa May standing next to EU flag
Theresa May in Brussels in November 2017

The government will explore with the European Union the terms on which the UK could remain part of the European Chemicals Agency (ECHA) after Brexit, prime minister Theresa May has said.

In a speech in London on 2 March, the prime minister said that the UK will seek associate membership of ECHA after it has left the EU.

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