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Any extension of Article 50 “must ensure more orderly Brexit”, says food industry

UK Prime Minister Theresa May is expected to submit a request to the EU for a "short extension" to Article 50 very soon, leading agri-food chain groups to press that any delay is used to bolster certainly for businesses.

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European food and agriculture organisations have today said that any extension of the Article 50 process by which the UK withdraws from the EU must “provide a more orderly withdrawal and therefore predictability to operators”


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