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House of Lords committee says lack of Brexit food safety preparations “deeply concerning”

The UK’s relationship to the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) remains unclear in the event of a transition period being negotiated, a House of Lords committee has heard.

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A House of Lords committee has expressed concern that uncertainties still exist over food safety issues in the event that the UK enters a transition period from March 29th when its’ exit from the EU is scheduled to begin.


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