Chemical regulation concerns remain as Brexit nears

London With two weeks until the UK’s deadline to separate from the European Union, significant concerns remain about its ability to maintain a chemical trade.

Robin Teverson, a member of Parliament and chairman of the House of Lords’ EU Energy and Environment subcommittee, says that the government may not have prepared regulations, or properly resourced the regulatory agency for its work after Brexit.

“We are a mere three weeks away from potentially having to regulate chemicals for…

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