LONDON (Reuters) – The British government will use tools including tariffs and quotas to make sure its farmers are not left at a competitive disadvantage by Brexit, environment minister Michael Gove will say on Tuesday.
With just six weeks to go until Britain is due to leave the EU, the government is yet to win parliament’s backing for an exit agreement. It is due to set out later this month the tariffs it plans to levy if Britain leaves without a deal on March 29.
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Trade minister Liam Fox has denied media reports that he supports slashing tariffs on all imports to zero in order to keep prices low...
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