By  on April 18, 2018

LONDON — As the fur debate continues to unravel, the U.K. government is looking to reassess its fur-trading policies and review its labeling regulations post-Brexit.

The issue was largely sparked by an investigation made in December by outlets such as the BBC and Sky, which revealed that a number of high-street retailers were selling real fur products that were labeled as faux. On Wednesday morning, representatives of major marketplaces such as Amazon and Not on the High Street were called to Parliament to provide evidence on the topic, alongside executives from trade organizations such as the British Fur Trade, Fur Europe and the International Fur Federation.

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