Border changes could spark animal health emergency as UK 'opens doors' to organised food criminals

Port health chief warns Government funding cuts pose unprecedented threat to biosecurity

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Port health chief says border changes will open door to illegal meat
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Port health chief says border changes will open door to illegal meat

Changes to security at Dover will see the UK ‘open its doors' to organised food criminals, risking an animal and public health emergency on an unprecedented scale, port authorities have warned. Lucy...

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