The Internal Market Bill is bad news. Here's why. 

1. It’s a power grab. This bill is the single biggest assault on devolution since its creation - it ignores two referendums and overturns the will of the Welsh people.

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2. Wales will be powerless to stop low quality produce, like chlorinated chicken, from flooding our supermarkets, undercutting Welsh farmers.

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3. It could lead us to a repeat of the devastating tragedy of Tryweryn by giving Westminster more spending powers over water infrastructure.

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4. It would make “buy local” policies impossible by making it illegal to place goods from another part of the UK at a disadvantage compared to local goods.

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5. The Tories could have a veto over the Senedd’s attempts to protect our NHS against privatisation through damaging trade deals.

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6. It could lead to no trade deal with the EU due to the Tories breaking international law, which would wreak havoc on businesses already suffering due to covid-19.

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7. It could force Wales to turn a blind eye to animal cruelty and could lead to the return of battery eggs and other food produced with brutal practices.

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