Our standards and international reputation are being compromised
Post-Brexit trade deals must ensure the practices and protections the UK values and enjoys are not undermined.
From animal welfare practices to food hygiene, it is vitally important we do not compromise on these things and maintain our position as an international leader in maintaining standards.
We must protect British farmers and producers by ensuring low-cost, low-quality food produce is not allowed to flood the UK market and undercut prices. This would be a betrayal of our farmers and show that the government is willing to undermine its own people for the sake of a shiny new deal.
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