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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”
Food & Ag Policy Briefing: Funding proposals, UTPs law passes Parliament, UK announces Brexit tariff plan
US agriculture organizations have responded with dismay at proposed cuts to farm program funding in the Trump administration’s FY 2020 budget, but food safety programs could see an increase.
The UK’s plans to drop import tariffs on goods entering Northern Ireland from the Irish Republic in the event of a no deal Brexit could breach international trade law, Phil Hogan, the EU’s Commissioner for Agriculture, has warned.
Agriculture Ministers and MEPs will continue their work on the upcoming reform of the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) before EU-27 leaders make a crucial decision on the Brexit negotiations.
The European Commission has a created a portal on agri-food issues with links to meetings and legal information related to the UK’s departure from the European Union, as both Brussels and London scramble to prepare for multiple eventualities.
The United Kingdom is to ask the EU to delay its exit from the Union until at least June 30 – or significantly longer if a Withdrawal Agreement is not finally approved by the UK Parliament by the middle of next week.
The UK is to seek a delay in its date of exit from the EU, following a vote in the House of Commons this evening to rule out the option of leaving the EU without a deal.
The European Commission has confirmed that it will apply its existing Most Favoured Nation (MFN) import tariffs on produce entering the bloc from the UK should it leave on March 29 with ‘no deal’.
Guidance for food and drink companies on how business will operate in the event that the UK exits the EU on March 29th without a deal has been updated today (March 13th).
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