Trade deals that would undo 40 years of green progress

Hard Brexiteers are flirting with watering down commitments to maintain high environmental standards – a move that would risk decades of progress as well as relations with the EU

Paul Hatchwell
Paul Hatchwell: green issues are not priorities for most of today’s leading Brexiteers and at times are even a matter for thinly veiled disdain

The Brexit clock is ticking loudly, yet debate over what kind of trade deal the UK should aim for with the EU and others from 2019 is still far from resolved. It is becoming increasingly shrill as practical complications mount.

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