Whitehall seeks control of UK’s internal market

The government has insisted that high environmental standards will be preserved by a new plan to control the UK’s post-Brexit internal market, dismissed as an “assault on devolution” by the Scottish National Party (SNP).

by Gareth Simkins
The paper is intended to ensure that post-Brexit controls on goods and services, including environmental demands, do not set up internal trade barriers. Photograph: Oli Scarff / Getty Images
The paper is intended to ensure that post-Brexit controls on goods and services, including environmental demands, do not set up internal trade barriers. Photograph: Oli Scarff / Getty Images

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