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Acknowledging that sufficient progress has been made on the first phase of Brexit talks, the EU Council has prepared a set of draft guidelines to be adopted at the next Council meeting, next Friday (December 15).
The UK food industry has welcomed the agreement reached by UK and EU teams negotiating on Brexit which will effectively allow talks to progress to trade issues.
The UK will be able to redesign food and farming policies so that they no longer tackle the issues of agriculture, obesity and the environment separately, but rather in a single approach, MPs on the House of Commons Environment, Food and Rural Affairs select committee heard.
The EU’s Reference Laboratory for ‘mad cow disease’ and other transmissible spongiform encephalopathies (TSEs) is to be moved out of the UK after Brexit, following a vote last month in Brussels.
The UK’s environment secretary has outlined plans for a more simplified approach to farmer support, and suggested that a post-Brexit agriculture policy will be more oriented towards achieving environmental goals than the current Common Agricultural Policy.
A hard Brexit would have dire consequences for UK dairy farmers and increase prices for British consumers, a representative of the international dairy cooperative Arla Foods warned ENVI MEPs today.
A ‘hard’ Brexit will devastate trade between the EU and the UK, causing sharp falls in prices and tens of thousands of job losses, according to a stark new report by European meat industry body, the UECBV.
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