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Colin Ley is a freelance journalist and agricultural communications professional who writes for IEG Policy on a range of topics, specialising notably in French agriculture and agri-politics.
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The future relationship with the UK is a cause for concern for the Irish agriculture sector but exporters are already making plans for post-Brexit, according to the country’s trade minister.
French agriculture remains in crisis, with the retail end of the country's food chain being blamed for not returning a fair percentage of market value to producers.
Scotland's First Minister, Nicola Sturgeon, has stepped up the pressure for Scotland’s post-Brexit agriculture policy to be controlled by the Edinburgh parliament, rather than by the central UK government in Westminster.
Ireland's heavy dependence on farm exports to the UK will have a positive influence on Britain's chances of securing good agricultural trade deals with the EU post-Brexit, according to former MEP George Lyon.
Scottish farm industry frustration with the UK government's isolationist negotiating of Brexit boiled over today (June 22) at the Royal Highland Show in Edinburgh.
The stunning success of French president Emmanuel Macron’s party in the first round of France’s legislative elections has opened the door for a landslide victory during next Sunday’s (June 18) concluding second round.