The start of a deregulation race?

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    In a call involving more than 250 leading businesses, Prime Minister Johnson invited the UK industry to come up with ideas for regulatory and legislative reform to support future economic growth. However, changes to existing environmental and social legislation could be constrained by the non-regression obligation in the EU-UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement.

    The UK government has launched a consultation on enabling the use of gene-edited crops. The EU does not ban the use of GMOs or gene-edited food, but its approval process is stringent. The EU process is based on the precautionary principle, which the UK committed to respect under the EU-UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement.

    Article by The Financial Times on call with businesses (subscription needed)
    Article by The Financial Times on gene-edited food consultations (subscription needed)

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