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Jamie Oliver warns against lowering food standards post-Brexit

Speaking to our political correspondent Alex Forsyth, Jamie Oliver has accused the government of using “back door” secondary legislation to avoid scrutiny of post-Brexit food standards.

There’s concern that new legislation going through Parliament could result in a lowering of food standards in any future trade deals.

The government says it won’t sign any trade deal that compromises UK standards.

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