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Labour demands Johnson refuse to sign post-Brexit Brazil trade deal that aids Amazon destruction

Independent Saturday, 24 August 2019
'We cannot risk our planet to buy cheap beef,' says shadow trade secretary
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Boris Johnson has landed in Biarritz for the annual G7 summit. On landing, the prime minister said that biodiversity and habitat loss was one of his three "obsessions" at the summit. Mr Johnson described the scenes of the Amazon rainforest on fire as "excruciating". France and Ireland have threatened...

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