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Pharma Backs UK Parliament Report As 'No Deal Brexit' Fears Grow

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The pharmaceutical sector has given its backing to a report from MPs which warns that a no-deal Brexit will have a hugely damaging effect on the industry in the country, turning it into "a second-tier state for new and innovative medicines."

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