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The UK’s Department for the Environment, Food & Rural Affairs (Defra) has insisted it “will not hesitate” to provide direct support for certain agriculture sectors in the event of a ‘no-deal’ Brexit, following the publication of a report claiming up to half of farms in the UK could go bankrupt under such a scenario.
The head of the American Farm Bureau Federation has defended controversial agricultural practices in the US amid concerns that the UK might have to adopt them to secure a trade deal post-Brexit.
Dominic Cummings, UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson's senior adviser tasked with delivering Brexit, has been accused of hypocrisy for benefiting from large amounts of EU farming subsidies.
A lack of clarity over the next EU Multiannual Financial Framework (MFF), largely due to the uncertainty around Brexit, could mean the new Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) will not be implemented until 2023.
British food companies have asked the UK government for exemptions to competition law so that they can work together to avoid food shortages after a no-deal Brexit.
Buyers in continental Europe are already shying away from UK meat because of fears of no-deal Brexit tariffs.
A two-year delay in the implementation of the next Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) cannot be ruled out anymore, according to internal sources.
The lack of clarity on rules concerning the production and marketing of food and drink products containing cannabidiol (CBD) was again highlighted in the United States last week.
The Irish Government has provided clarity on the conditions and rates for the aid package that will help beef farmers cope with Brexit.
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