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Brexit: Liam Fox claims UK could accept chlorinated chicken in US trade deal without lowering food standards

Independent Wednesday, 15 May 2019 ()
'There's been no argument about food safety on chlorine-washed chicken – it's been an argument about animal welfare'
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