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Britain will unilaterally agree to follow all EU foods safety and animal health regulations for a period of a least nine months in the event of a 'no deal' Brexit in order to protect British farming, the Telegraph can reveal.

Senior Whitehall sources said that The Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) had won cabinet committee clearance for the plan last week.

The move sends a clear signal of the UK’s determination to remain aligned with European, not US agricultural and food standards after Brexit.

 It comes despite US demands for Britain to open its doors to US products like chlorine-washed chicken as the price of any US-UK trade deal.

The UK exports some £18bn of food...

Britain will unilaterally agree to follow all EU foods safety and animal health regulations for a period of a least nine months in the event of a 'no deal' Brexit in order to protect British farming, the Telegraph can reveal.

Senior Whitehall sources said that The Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) had won cabinet committee clearance for the plan last week.

The move sends a clear signal of the UK’s determination to remain aligned with European, not US agricultural and food standards after Brexit.

 It comes despite US demands for Britain to open its doors to US products like chlorine-washed chicken as the price of any US-UK trade deal.

The UK exports some £18bn of food...

Britain will unilaterally agree to follow all EU foods safety and animal health regulations for a period of a least nine months in the event of a 'no deal' Brexit in order to protect British farming, the Telegraph can reveal.

Senior Whitehall sources said that The Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) had won cabinet committee clearance for the plan last week.

The move sends a clear signal of the UK’s determination to remain aligned with European, not US agricultural and food standards after Brexit.

 It comes despite US demands for Britain to open its doors to US products like chlorine-washed chicken as the price of any US-UK trade deal.

The UK exports some £18bn of food...

Britain will unilaterally agree to follow all EU foods safety and animal health regulations for a period of a least nine months in the event of a 'no deal' Brexit in order to protect British farming, the Telegraph can reveal.

Senior Whitehall sources said that The Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) had won cabinet committee clearance for the plan last week.

The move sends a clear signal of the UK’s determination to remain aligned with European, not US agricultural and food standards after Brexit.

 It comes despite US demands for Britain to open its doors to US products like chlorine-washed chicken as the price of any US-UK trade deal.

The UK exports some £18bn of food...