Chlorine chicken could be on menu for post-Brexit UK, says Hogan

Pressure to secure new free trade deals may lead post-Brexit UK to lower its food standards and open up to chlorine-washed chicken from the US, EU Farm Commissioner Phil Hogan warned today (March 16).

Addressing dairy farmers in northeastern France, Hogan suggestedBritish negotiators may have to make concessions in areas where Brussels hasstood its ground in talks with Washington.

“Today, the UK is talking about a quick, favourable FreeTrade Agreement

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