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Scottish Tory leader would vote against UK import of chlorinated chicken from US

Exclusive: Douglas Ross says ‘more work needed’ for UK-wide trade deal

The Scottish Conservative leader, Douglas Ross, has said he would vote against allowing UK imports of chlorinated chicken and hormone-injected beef from the US in a post-Brexit trade deal.

Ross said the UK government was listening to complaints from the National Farmers Union (NFU), which has a strong presence in his rural constituency of Moray and fears a US trade deal would threaten food standards.

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