Agriculture Bill: Peers denounce ‘deeply disappointing’ provisions on green standards

The Agriculture Bill has come under fire from peers in the House of Lords for lacking details on how environmental standards will be upheld after Brexit, with many raising concerns that ministers could seek to allow substandard food imports as part of future trade deals.

by Simon Pickstone

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