By:Nadeemy Haded

A spokesman for Prime Minister Boris Johnson said that any trade agreement with the United States should be in Britain’s interests and its imports should meet “food safety standards”.

"It was clear that any future deal with the United States should work for the benefit of the whole of the United Kingdom, including our farmers, our consumers and our companies ... The materials imported into the UK should conform without exception to our stringent food safety standards," the spokesman told reporters today, Thursday.

The Financial Times reported earlier that the British government is developing plans to cut tariffs on US agricultural imports to boost progress in a trade deal despite concerns about the damage it could cause to British agriculture.

Source: Agencies

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