Beef produced in Uganda will have an ‘honoured place’ on the UK’s supermarket shelves post-Brexit, Boris Johnson has said.
The prime minister attempted to woo African leaders at the UK-Africa investment summit in London on Monday (20 January).
He underlined the need for closer relations and trading links with the continent as it continues to experience ‘staggering levels of growth’.
“Look around the world today and you will swiftly see that the UK is not only the obvious partner of choice, we’re also very much the partner of today, of tomorrow and decades to come,” Johnson told the summit.
Speaking solely on Uganda, the prime minister said beef from the central African country ‘will have an honoured place on the tables of Britain’.Read full article Share on twitter