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Hogan expects UK to request help to avoid food shortages after hard Brexit

“The EU is ready for the worst-case scenario”

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The Commission expects the UK Government to seek its assistance to avoid major disruptions to the country’s food imports in the case of a no-deal Brexit, the EU’s agriculture chief has said

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