How Australia's meat industry plans to flood post-Brexit Britain with products banned in EU

Campaigners and farmers concerned by removal of 'technical barriers' to trade with Australia that could cause influx of lower quality products

Black Angus bulls are pictured at Tasmania's largest cattle feedlot located at Powranna on the outskirts of Launceston. (REUTERS/David Gray)

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Australian meat industry leaders are heavily lobbying their government to put pressure on Britain to accept products currently banned under EU law after Brexit.