EU warns United Kingdom might be flooded with cheaply produced food post-Brexit

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After Brexit, the United Kingdom is likely to witness the heavy inflow of cheaply produced food should it lower its regulatory standards, the European Union has warned, adding it won’t abandon trade talks with the island nation even if Boris Johnson’s government doesn’t withdraw its plan to violate international law.

European Council President, Charles Michel, said Johnson’s government is facing a major choice with hardly three months left of the transition period in which Britain remains in the single market.

Michel also claimed that “the UK face a dilemma” over whether to move away from European standards, underlining the EU’s “quiet strength” over the four years of talks.